No.1 November 2012

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To overcome numerous contradictions in the knowledge of the blood transportation, a hypothesis was supposed asserting the swirling pattern of…

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No.1 November 2012

Cardiology: on the way to becoming natural science?

Let us introduce the first issue of our e-Journal CARDIOMETRY to you. We believe that our Journal will open up an absolutely new avenue of cardiology research that is given the name Cardiometry.

The article aims at describing the theoretical principles of cardiometry as a fundamentally new scientific field which enables the accurate measurement of the cardiovascular system parameters.

This paper deals with solving of a century-old paradox of linear stability for the Hagen-Poiseuille flow. A new mechanism of dissipative hydrodynamic instability has been established herein, and a basis for the forming of helical structural organization of bloodstream and respective energy effectiveness of the cardiovascular system functioning has been defined by the authors.

Basic criteria of finding the markers of the hemodynamic self-regulation mechanism on an ECG and a Rheogram are described herein. The basics of an analysis of the compensation mechanism responsib le for the maintenance of the hemodynamic parameters within the norms are presented in this paper.

This paper deals with a study of central hemodynamics in 363 pediatric patients with burn shock as compared with a reference healthy children group in order to establish clinical value of the hemodynamic parameters for burn shock diagnostics and therapy.

Capabilities of the cardiometric diagnostics based on the heart cycle phase analysis for identifying the primary cause of a disease are considered in this paper.

The interrelation between hemodynamic changes, functions of the cardiovascular system and biochemical reactions in the cells of the heart muscle is investigated in the present paper.

The article aims at describing the basic system criteria of the ECG interpretation on the basis of the cardiac cycle phase processes as well as systematizing these criteria for developing new standards for the ECG classification.

The article aims at describing the basic principles of cardiometry – a fundamentally new scientific field which enables the accurate measurement of cardiovascular system parameters.

The article aims at describing the theoretical principles of cardiometry as a fundamentally new scientific field which enables the accurate measurement of the cardiovascular system parameters.

This paper treats general problems of metrology and indirect measurement methods in cardiology. It is aimed at an identification of error estimation criteria for indirect measurements of heart cycle phase durations.

The Working Group participates in the ESC Congress, which is an important opportunity for exchanging scientific work and accessing a significant number of sessions presented by international experts. The Working Group participates also in EUROECHO & other Imaging Modalities (organised by the European Association of Echocardiography (EAE)).

The great Russian scientist Gustav Poyedintsev was pioneered in the development of a new scientific field. We persist in the belief that his scientific ideas, now developed by his coauthors and colleagues, will contribute to the further development of science.

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