Webinar 1. Cardiology & Cardiometry Basics. Consistencies & Inconsistencies

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Webinar 1. Cardiology & Cardiometry Basics. Consistencies & Inconsistencies

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To provide the successful use of the Cardiometry in practice, we have generalized the content discussed in Webinar 1:

1. Fundamental inconsistencies: Cardiometry vs. Cardiology

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1. Basis: the theory of elevated fluidity of blood, i.e., the circulation is provided in the elevated fluidity mode.
2. There is mathematics describing the conditions of the elevated fluidity generation and maintenance.
1. Basis: theory of laminar flow of fluid.
2. There is no mathematics to describe the laminar flow in vessels, and therefore it cannot be used in practice.
3. Considering from the point of view of physics: the laminar flow regime cannot exist physically in blood vessels.

2. The proper understanding of the mechanism of control of the heart muscle contractility initiated by the SA and AV node operation

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1. There is no nervous or neural interconnection between the SA and the AV nodes.
2. The SA and the AV nodes are interpreted to be baroreceptors similar to those located in the aorta.
3. The SA and the AV nodes generate nervous impulses (action potentials) as soon as blood pressure at these nodes reaches the predetermined level that is similar to the operation of the aortic baroreceptors.
1. There is a nervous interconnection between the SA and the AV nodes.
2. The SA and the AV nodes are controlled by the central nervous system. But how it is controlled?
No explanation is offered.

3. Axiom system as basis of logics in making diagnostics

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1. Axiom system: laws of physics.
2. The axioms are interpreted unambiguously.
1. Evidence-based, as axioms are used postulates substantiated by empirical evidence.
2. Evidence is interpreted ambiguously.

4. Differing ECG-concepts: how to obtain data on the performance of the cardiovascular system

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1. A single lead ECG of ascending aorta accompanied by synchronous aortic RHEO (point-by-point RHEOGRAPHY).
2. Used is cardiac cycle phase analysis.
3. The phase analysis covers all 10 phases by treating them individually in every cardiac cycle.
1. Development of complex multi-lead system ECG: using as many leads as
possible.
2. Analyzed are durations of individual ECG segments, intervals and waves.
3. Only 5 phases in a cardiac cycle are involved into the analysis, and their boundaries cannot be properly defined and/or determined.

5. Logic as diagnostics approach

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6. Modeling & prediction of various cardiac events

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