The researchers measured various factors including finger arterial blood pressure, heart rate, left ventricular ejection time, and cardiac output.
What does ET stand for?
ET stands for Ejection Time
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- Earth Tech (Long Beach, California)
- Earth Terminal
- Eastern Time
- Economic Times (newspaper in India)
- Ecotox Threshold (EPA)
- Eddy (Current) Testing (NDE method)
- Edge Thickness (optics)
- Educational Technology (various schools)
- Effective Temperature
- Einrücktermin (German)
Samples in periodicals archive:
This non-significant difference suggests that egg material may have a stronger influence on ejection time than experience does for Warbling Vireos.
The relevant echocardiographic parameters were measured in both subject groups: myocardial performance index (MPI), isovolumic relaxation time (IRT), isovolumic contraction time (ICT), pre-ejection period (PEP), ejection time (ET), PEP/ET ratio, deceleration time (DT) and acceleration time (AT).
Stroke volume falls and pre-ejection period to left ventricular ejection time ratio rises at 3,100 m because of diminished venous return despite preservation of left ventricular systolic performance.
5 bar steam pressure (127[degrees]C) (ASME available); operates at 15,000 g's; gentle treatment of shear-sensitive microorganisms: patented Hydrostop[R] system for controlled partial and full solids ejections, which reduces the solids ejection time to less than 1/10 of a second.
The NICOM provides a window to several other important features of cardiac function, including Contractility, Ventricular Ejection Time, Stroke Volume, Systemic Vascular Resistance and BPM.
These increases in indices of left ventricular function were associated with a mean prolongation of systolic ejection time of 84 milliseconds (p < 0.
Methods: The MPI was defined as the sum of the isovolumic contraction time (ICT) and the IRT divided by the ejection time (ET), and was calculated in 13 controls (group 1), and 39 patients with ischemic heart disease with left ventricular systolic dysfunction (ejection fraction<50%).