This definition appears frequently
and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
See other definitions of LVP
Samples in periodicals archive:
Onset of ischemic contracture was detected when the left ventricular pressure began to increase during ischemia.
min] (an index of relaxation) were determined from the left ventricular pressure signal using the data acquisition software.
Hemodynamics before and after pericardiectomy Case 1 Case 2 Measurement Preop Postop Preop Postop Mean right atrial pressure 19 - 19 - (mm Hg) Right ventricular pressure 35/19 - 28/15 - (mm Hg) Pulmonary artery pressure 38/18 - 41/19 - (mm Hg) Pulmonary capillary wedge 19 - 20 - pressure (mm Hg) Left ventricular pressure 111/22 - 95/16 - (mm Hg) Central venous pressure 19 3 * 27 13 * (mm Hg) Cardiac index (L/min/ 2.
The MPVS Ultra simultaneously and continuously measures high-fidelity left ventricular pressure and volume from the intact beating hearts of animals ranging in size from transgenic mice to domestic livestock.
Hypertrophicremodeling: gender differences in the early response to left ventricular pressure overload.
Left ventricular pressure (LVP), aortic pressure (AoP), and aortic flow (AoF) measurements were studied to determine cardiac viscoelastic parameters Pelast and K for five monkeys during the microgravity condition.
During the reperfusion period, the team detected significantly less myocardial tissue acidosis, deterioration of left ventricular pressure, edema, and endothelial dysfunction in the hearts that had been kept beating compared to the ice-stored organs.
Additionally, she has designed and enhanced design of a variety of components and materials for proprietary implantable products; including the LVP-1000, an implantable device that monitors and relays left ventricular pressure.