PMID: 1544159Feb 1, 1992Paper

Interpretation of cardiac pathophysiology from pressure waveform analysis: coronary hemodynamics. Part II: Patterns of coronary flow velocity

Catheterization and Cardiovascular Diagnosis
M J Kern

Abstract

These specialized tracings illustrate several important patterns of coronary blood flow velocity that may occur in patients during diagnostic cardiac catheterization. Recent advances in catheter methodologies permit easy measurement of coronary blood flow during routine coronary angiography. At the current time, measurement of coronary blood flow velocity remains a research technique but is of continuing interest in clinical syndromes of atypical angina, myocardial hypertrophy and infarction, early transplant rejection, or premature (subangiographic) atherosclerosis in some patients. A later hemodynamic rounds will examine the effects of coronary blood flow velocity and various hyperemic stimuli to assess coronary vasodilatory reserve.

References

Apr 1, 1990·Catheterization and Cardiovascular Diagnosis·M J KernT Buckingham
Sep 1, 1972·Annals of Internal Medicine·A BenchimolJ L Gartlan

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Feb 4, 2011·Medical Engineering & Physics·Arjen van der HorstFrans N van de Vosse

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