Studies of natural changes in diastolic pressure in each cardiac cycle on the basis of digitally processed ECG and Rheo

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Studies of natural changes in diastolic pressure in each cardiac cycle on the basis of digitally processed ECG and Rheo

Olga K. Voronova1*

1 Voronezh State University,
Russia 394006 Voronezh, Universitetskaya pl. 1

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Abstract

Conventional methods for arterial pressure (AP) measurement are not capable of identifying it in each cardiac cycle. Besides, they ignore many significant factors. The paper reports on an innovative method based on cardiac cycle phase analysis for detecting systolic and diastolic AP changes in each cardiac cycle using synchronous digitally processed ECG and Rheo recordings. Considered is the phase mechanism of the natural diastolic pressure regulation. The diastolic AP changes referred to the physiological norm and aortic dilatation status are also assessed.

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Olga K. Voronova. Studies of natural changes in diastolic pressure in each cardiac cycle on the basis of digitally processed ECG and Rheo; Cardiometry; No.6; May 2015; p.41-48; DOI:10.12710/cardiometry.2015.6.4148 Available from: www.cardiometry.net/no6-may-2015/natural-changes-in-diastolic-pressure

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