RESULTS: Physiologic outcome parameters maximal workload (MWL), left ventricular ejection fraction (LVEF) and pressure-heart rate product increase (PHRPI) at 50 W ergometric exercise improved more in active treatment than in placebo patients.
What does LVE stand for?
LVE stands for Left Ventricular Ejection (cardiology)
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We have 34 other meanings of LVE in our Acronym Attic
- Linear Variable Displacement Transducer
- Linear Voltage Differential Transformer
- Linear-Velocity Displacement Transformer
- Low Voltage Differential Transceiver
- Low Voltage Differential Transducer
- Left Ventricule Diastolic Volume
- Lagevortrag zur Entscheidung (German: Briefing for Decision)
- Lake Valley Engineering (Longmont, CO)
- Langue Vivante Étrangère (French: Living Foreign Language)
- Large Vocal Ensemble
- Leica Virtual Explorer (computer product)
- Linear Variable Etalon
- Live Video Extension
- Low Volume Exemption (EPA)
- Lahontan Valley Environmental Alliance (Nevada)
- Las Vegas Executives Association (est. 1967; Las Vegas, NV)
- Laser and Vacuum Equipment Area (safety area)
- La Vie Est Belle
- Large Venue Entertainment Centre (Kingston, Ontario; Canada)
- Large Vessel Endothelial Cell
Samples in periodicals archive:
2 At first, the heart can compensate through concentric hypertrophy but, due to disease progression, becomes overwhelmed, causing a drop in the systolic left ventricular ejection fraction.
MORRISVILLE, North Carolina, March 28, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- - Poster Presented at American College of Cardiology Annual Scientific SessionHighlights Impact of Convergent Procedure on Left Atrial Size and Left Ventricular Ejection Fraction Data presented by Toplisek J et al.
Upgrading traditional 2 chamber cardiac pacemakers to modern 3 chamber pacemakers--cardiac resynchronization therapy (CRT) devices--improves left ventricular ejection fraction (LVEF), researchers reported online March 16th in the European Heart Journal.
My left ventricular ejection fraction (LVEF) was about 20 percent.
3%) had left ventricular ejection fraction (LVEF) below 50%, though 10% of participants had left ventricular hypertrophy (LVH) at baseline by Framingham criteria.
Left ventricular ejection fraction was 50% and mitral inflow Doppler interrogation revealed type 1 diastolic dysfunction.
The expanded coverage decision recommends coverage for beneficiaries who meet the following specific criteria: amyloid deposition in 2 or fewer organs and cardiac left ventricular ejection fraction of greater than 45%.