Cardioserv Blog

Written by Andrea Fields MHA, RDCS

Specific Echo Parameters that Indicate Elevated LAP

Last week, we discussed change in transmitral filling patterns as the severity of diastolic dysfunction progresses. When we evaluate for diastolic dysfunction, our goal is to determine: Grade of diastolic dysfunction Presence or absence of elevated filling pressures Determining LV...
Specific Echo Parameters that Indicate Elevated LAP
Written by Andrea Fields MHA, RDCS

Understanding the Basics: LV Filling Patterns

Let's discuss the transmitral filling patterns as the severity of diastolic dysfunction progresses. The transmitral pressure gradients are reflective upon the E & A-wave velocities. The waveforms are influenced by the ability of the ventricle to relax and the compliance of the LA to generate a...
Understanding the Basics: LV Filling Patterns
Written by Dr Sukhvinder Singh

Echocardiography in the Presence of Left Bundle Branch Block

This week we are pleased to introduce our guest writer, Dr. Sukhvinder Singh.  He will discuss the role of echocardiography in the presence of Left Bundle Branch Block   Dr. Singh is a board certified cardiologist in India with 10 years of experience.  He has worked at St. Stephen Hospital...
Echocardiography in the Presence of Left Bundle Branch Block

Blog
Sign Up

Accreditation
services

Full Service Accreditation
Online
CME
Accreditation Software
Free
Consultation

Search
for

Blog
Categories

Blog
Archive

Tags
Used

Show tags
Sign Up Share