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Juan Carlos Grignola Rial *

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Contribución al análisis de la compleja relación entre condiciones de carga y función ventricular derecha con el índice de Tei durante la hipertensión pulmonar aguda

COMPORTAMIENTO DEL INDICE DE TEI DURANTE LA HIPERTENSION PULMONAR AGUDA

El índice de Tei ventricular derecho es afectado por el aumento agudo y gradual de la poscarga. La alteración de la función sistólica y diastólica cuantificadas en forma invasiva hace del indice de Tei un indicador de disfunción ventricular derecha durante la hipertensión pulmonar aguda.

*Juan Carlos Grignola Rial
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COMPARISON OF THE TEI INDEX WITH INVASIVE MEASUREMENTS OF RIGHT VENTRICULAR FUNCTION
International Journal of Cardiology,
113(1):25-33 Oct, 2006

Esta revista, clasificada por SIIC Data Bases, integra el acervo bibliográfico
de la Biblioteca Biomédica (BB) SIIC.

Institución principal de la investigación
*Hospital de Clínicas, Montevideo, Uruguay
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Otros artículos de Juan Carlos Grignola Rial

Grignola JC, Ginés F, Bia D, Armentano RL. Improved right ventricular-vascular coupling during active pulmonary hypertension. Int J Cardiol 115:171-82, 2007.
Muchada R, Grignola JC, Devera L, Píriz H, Reta G. Improved left ventricular performance by acute pharmacological cardio-beta modulation. Anesthesiology 105:A278, 2006.
Craiem D, Graf S, Pessana F, Grignola JC, Bia D, Armentano R. Cardiovascular engineering: modelization of ventricular-arterial interaction in systemic and pulmonary circulation. Lat Am Appl Res 35:111-114, 2005.
Bia D, Barra JG, Grignola JC, Ginés F, Armentano R. Pulmonary artery smooth muscle activation attenuates arterial dysfunction during acute pulmonary hypertension. J Appl Physiol 98:605-613, 2005.
Bia D, Armentano R, Craiem D, Grignola J, Ginés F, Simon A, Levenson J. Smooth muscle role on pulmonary arterial function during acute pulmonary hypertension in sheep. Acta Physiol Scand 181:359-366, 2004.
Grignola JC, Bia D, Ginés F, Armentano RL. Acute pulmonary hypertension: protective role of vascular smooth muscle activation. Rev Esp Cardiol 56:1077-84, 2003.
Bia D, Armentano RL, Grignola JC, Craiem D, Zócalo Y, Ginés F, Levenson J. The vascular smooth muscle of large arteries: control local site of the buffering function? Rev Esp Cardiol 56:1202-9, 2003.
RL Armentano, D Bia, D Craiem, L Gamero, J Levenson, JC Grignola, F Ginés. Respuesta en frecuencia de la pared arterial: ¿inocente o culpable de las discrepancias entre filtrado sistémico y pulmonar? Rev Mex Ing Biomed 24:45-54, 2003.
Bia D, Grignola JC, Armentano RL, Ginés F. Improved pulmonary artery buffering function during phenylephrine-induced pulmonary hypertension. Mol Cell Biochem 246:19-24, 2003.
Ginés F, Grignola JC. Right ventricular contraction synchronization due to an acute afterload increase. Left ventricle-like mechanical properties of the right ventricle. Rev Esp Cardiol 54:973-980, 2001.

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21 de diciembre, 2006
Descripción aprobada
7 de abril, 2007
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7 de junio, 2021

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COMPORTAMIENTO DEL INDICE DE TEI DURANTE LA HIPERTENSION PULMONAR AGUDA

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ComparaciOn del Indice de Tei con medidas invasivas de la funciOn ventricular derecha

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