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[FIGURE 1 OMITTED] Stroke volume: The stroke volume is determined by two parameters: the amount of blood in the ventricle before the contraction occurs (end diastolic volume) and the amount left at the end of contraction (end systolic volume).
If the NICOM monitor recorded a change in stroke volume index (SVI) of greater than 10%, the patient was considered fluid responsive.
When the myocardium cannot generate sufficient contractile strength to adequately eject a normal stroke volume from the involved ventricle, the condition is called systolic dysfunction.
The brisk increases in stroke volume and cardiac index occurring approximately every three minutes coincided with the uterine contractions, as seen on the external tocodynamometer.
In parallel, cardiac output increases, but cardiac stroke volume does not change.
The formula for VO2 max is HR x Stroke Volume x A-V Oxygen difference.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] "The observational, epidemiological research in humans is strongly supportive of the hypothesis that tea consumption, at the level of greater than or equal to 3 cups per day, either as green or black tea, reduces the risk of occurrence of stroke, stroke volume, and mortality from stroke," the authors conclude.
[FIGURE 1 OMITTED] Major Features of the Expander/Subcompressor The expander/subcompressor's major features are its rotating speed and stroke volume when neither bypass nor pre-expansion is done for volumetric flow rate adjustment.