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systolic dysfunction


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systolic dysfunction

systolic dysfunction

328 Epidemiology of systolic dysfunction in Japan

Pharmacologic Therapy of Systolic Ventricular Dysfunction and Heart Failure

Diastolic dysfunction and autonomic abnormalities in patients with systolic heart failure

297 Left ventricular systolic dysfunction in rheumatoid disease: an unrecognised burden?

372 Acute pulmonary edema with hypertension: systolic or diastolic dysfunction?

The treatment of perioperative ventricular systolic dysfunction with carnitine

333 Contemporary epidemiology of left ventricular systolic dysfunction after myocardial infarction

Diabetes, left ventricular systolic dysfunction, and chronic heart failure

Time to twist: marker of systolic dysfunction in Africans with hypertension

Left Ventricular Systolic Dysfunction in Asymptomatic Black Hypertensive Subjects

Heart failure with preserved ejection fraction. Diastolic dysfunction, subtle systolic dysfunction, systolic-ventricular and arterial stiffening, or misdiagnosis?

Impact of systolic and diastolic dysfunction on postoperative outcome in patients with aortic stenosis

Determinants of exercise capacity in patients with coronary artery disease and mild to moderate systolic dysfunction Role of heart rate and diastolic filling abnormalities

β‐blockers in left ventricular systolic dysfunction—from evidence to practice

Echocardiographic indices of left ventricular diastolic dysfunction in 647 individuals with preserved left ventricular systolic function

Combined systolic and diastolic dysfunction in the presence of preserved left ventricular ejection fraction

Decreased survival in diabetic patients with heart failure due to systolic dysfunction☆

 

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Impairment of heart function due to reduced contraction of the left ventricle. It is most commonly secondary to cardiomyopathy or myocardial infarction and may result in heart failure. Compare diastolic dysfunction.

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