The prognostic role of exercise echocardiography in heart failure.
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Jan 01, 2011
During exercise, more severe systolic and diastolic dysfunction with the elevation of pulmonary arterial pressure is more prevalent in HF patients who have a poorer outcome. The estimation of common parameters such as EF, RVSP and E/E' using ex-echo, provides prognostic information in HF.
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