Validation in dogs of a rapid digital angiographic technique to measure relative coronary blood flow during routine cardiac catheterization.

@article{Hodgson1985ValidationID,
  title={Validation in dogs of a rapid digital angiographic technique to measure relative coronary blood flow during routine cardiac catheterization.},
  author={John M. Hodgson and Victor L Legrand and Eric R. Bates and G. B. John Mancini and F M Aueron and William W O'neill and Steven B Simon and G J Beauman and M T Lefree and Robert Alan Vogel},
  journal={The American journal of cardiology},
  year={1985},
  volume={55 1},
  pages={188-93}
}
Assessment of the functional significance of anatomically defined coronary stenoses has been hampered by the lack of clinically applicable techniques of measuring coronary blood flow or flow ratios. A digital angiographic technique is reported that allows rapid analysis of relative regional coronary blood flow during routine cardiac catheterization. This technique was validated in dogs by comparing digital flow ratio estimates with electromagnetic-flow (EMF) ratio measurements. Fourteen open… CONTINUE READING

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