Low-dose adenosine stress echocardiography: Detection of myocardial viability

@article{DjordjevicDikic2003LowdoseAS,
  title={Low-dose adenosine stress echocardiography: Detection of myocardial viability},
  author={Ana Djordjevic-Dikic and Miodrag Caslav Ostojic and Branko Beleslin and Ivana Nedeljkovic and Jelena M Stepanovi{\'c} and Sinisa M. Stojkovic and Zorica R Petrasinovic and Milan A. Nedeljkovic and Jovica Saponjski and Vojislav L Giga},
  journal={Cardiovascular Ultrasound},
  year={2003},
  volume={1},
  pages={7 - 7}
}
OBJECTIVE The aim of this study was to evaluate the diagnostic potential of low-dose adenosine stress echocardiography in detection of myocardial viability. BACKGROUND Vasodilation through low dose dipyridamole infusion may recruit contractile reserve by increasing coronary flow or by increasing levels of endogenous adenosine. METHODS Forty-three patients with resting dyssynergy, due to previous myocardial infarction, underwent low-dose adenosine (80, 100, 110 mcg/kg/min in 3 minutes… CONTINUE READING