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*  Cardiac catheterization
Values are commonly obtained for the right atrium, right ventricle, pulmonary arteries, and for the pulmonary capillary "wedge ... and catheterization of cardiac chambers and valves of the cardiac system. "Cardiac catheterization" is a general term for a ... along with pulmonary function testing and other testing should be done to confirm pulmonary hypertension prior to having ... West, JB (1 October 2017). "The beginnings of cardiac catheterization and the resulting impact on pulmonary medicine". American ...
*  Congenital heart defect
The Melody Transcatheter Pulmonary Valve (TPV), approved in Europe in 2006 and in the U.S. in 2010 under a Humanitarian Device ... Transcatheter pulmonary valve technology provides a less-invasive means to extend the life of a failed RVOT conduit and is ... For another member of the gene family, mutations in the Notch1 gene are associated with bicuspid aortic valve, a valve with two ... Partial anomalous pulmonary venous connection (PAPVC) Total anomalous pulmonary venous connection (TAPVC) Some constellations ...
*  Valve replacement
There are four procedures Aortic valve replacement Mitral valve replacement Tricuspid valve replacement Pulmonary valve ... Valve replacement surgery is the replacement of one or more of the heart valves with either an artificial heart valve or a ... Scapulae-based aortic valve replacement. Catheter replacement of the aortic valve (called trans-aortic valve replacement or ... A metal stent containing a valve is then deployed using a balloon to press the stent into the valve in effect opening the ...
*  Pimobendan
Kanno N, Kuse H, Kawasaki M, Hara A, Kano R, Sasaki Y. Effects of pimobendan for mitral valve regurgitation in dogs. J Vet Med ... Pimobendan is often used in combination with three other drugs to palliate dogs with heart failure (pulmonary edema, pleural ... Pimobendan is used in the management of heart failure in dogs, most commonly caused by myxomatous mitral valve disease (also ... increases survival time and improves quality of life in canine patients with congestive heart failure secondary to mitral valve ...
*  Pulmonary valve stenosis
"Pulmonary Valve Disease. About Pulmonary valve disease , Patient". Patient. Retrieved 2015-11-18. "Pulmonary valve stenosis: ... are used for valve replacement), in adults metal valves can be used. The epidemiology of pulmonary valve stenosis can be summed ... Pulmonary valve stenosis (PVS) is a heart valve disorder in which outflow of blood from the right ventricle of the heart is ... Both stenosis of the pulmonary artery and pulmonary valve stenosis are forms of pulmonic stenosis (nonvalvular and valvular, ...
*  Pulmonary valve
Pulmonary valves Pulmonary valves Heart valve Media related to Pulmonary valve at Wikimedia Commons Anatomy figure: 20:07-00 at ... the pressure in the pulmonary artery will close the pulmonary valve. The closure of the pulmonary valve contributes the P2 ... The pulmonary valve (sometimes referred to as the pulmonic valve) is the semilunar valve of the heart that lies between the ... Similar to the aortic valve, the pulmonary valve opens in ventricular systole, when the pressure in the right ventricle rises ...
*  Pulmonary insufficiency
CS1 maint: Extra text: authors list (link) "Pulmonary Valve Disease. About Pulmonary valve disease , Patient". Patient. ... the pulmonary valve may be surgically replaced. Pulmonary valve stenosis Booker, editors, Carol L. Lake, Peter D. (2005). ... Pulmonary insufficiency (or incompetence, or regurgitation) is a condition in which the pulmonary valve is incompetent and ... primary pulmonary hypertension or secondary pulmonary hypertension due to thromboembolism). Furthermore, pulmonary ...
*  Heart valve
The mitral valve and the aortic valve are in the left heart; the tricuspid valve and the pulmonary valve are in the right heart ... as in mitral valve stenosis, tricuspid valve stenosis, pulmonary valve stenosis and aortic valve stenosis. Stenosis of the ... the pressure in the pulmonary artery will close the pulmonary valve. The closure of the pulmonary valve contributes the P2 ... The pulmonary valve (sometimes referred to as the pulmonic valve) lies between the right ventricle and the pulmonary artery, ...
*  Heart murmur
Pulmonary valve regurgitation presents as a diastolic decrescendo murmur at the left lower sternal border. A palpable S2 in the ... Pulmonary valve stenosis typically is a crescendo-decrescendo murmur heard best at the left upper sternal border, associated ... This will affect the closure of the pulmonary valve. This finding, also called Carvallo's maneuver, has been found by studies ... Pulmonary and aortic stenoses are systolic while pulmonary and aortic insufficiency (regurgitation) are diastolic. Mitral and ...
*  Situs ambiguus
In pulmonary valve stenosis, there is a reduction in blood flow to the lungs due to an obstruction of the heart at the pulmonic ... Pulmonary valve stenosis results in issues of blood flow to the lungs. Abdominal organs, including the liver, stomach, ... valve. This contributes to cyanosis and pulmonary hypertension. For proper diagnosis of situs ambiguous, cardiac and non- ... In right atrial isomerism, the pulmonary blood oxygen tract is damaged due to right-left shunting of blood. In addition, the ...
*  Chronotropic
Right sided variables are represented by pulmonary valve open to close time. Inverted as diastolic chronotropy, the variables ... Left sided systolic chronotropy can be appreciated as Aortic Valve open to close time. ... are aortic valve close to open and pulmonic close to open time. Pharmaceutical manipulation of chronotropic properties was ...
*  Nasodigitoacoustic syndrome
Pulmonary, or pulmonic stenosis is an often congenital narrowing of the pulmonary valve; it can be present in ... Ali Khan, M.; Al-Yousef, S.; Huhta, J.; Bricker, J.; Mullins, C.; Sawyer, W. (May 1989). "Critical pulmonary valve stenosis in ... Brachydactyly of the distal phalanges, sensorineural deafness and pulmonary stenosis are common with Keutel syndrome. In Muenke ... Other characteristics seen with the syndrome include developmental delay, growth retardation, pulmonary stenosis (an ...
*  Sharad Panday
Panday co-authored papers that included Clinical and diagnostic features of pulmonary valve endocarditis in the setting of ... "Clinical and diagnostic features of pulmonary valve endocarditis in the setting of congenital cardiac malformations". ... This need to improvise and adapt inspired Panday to develop a surgical procedure called the Panday shunt used for mitral valve ...
*  Graham Steell murmur
The murmur is heard due to a high velocity flow back across the pulmonary valve; this is usually a consequence of pulmonary ... The Graham Steell murmur is often heard in patients with chronic cor pulmonale (pulmonary heart disease) as a result of chronic ... In cases of mitral obstruction the murmur is occasionally heard over the pulmonary area and below this region, for the distance ... A Graham Steell murmur is a heart murmur typically associated with pulmonary regurgitation. It is a high pitched early ...
*  Atresia
Pulmonary atresia, malformation of the pulmonary valve in which the valve orifice fails to develop. Renal agenesis, only having ... Tricuspid atresia, a form of congenital heart disease whereby there is a complete absence of the tricuspid valve, and ... "Pulmonary atresia". PubMed Health. Retrieved 11 September 2012. "Tricuspid atresia". PubMed Health. Retrieved 11 September 2012 ...
*  Carcinoid syndrome
"TIPS" is an acronym for Tricuspid Insufficiency, Pulmonary Stenosis (fibrosis of tricuspid and pulmonary valves).[citation ... the pulmonary valve and, uncommonly, bronchoconstriction. The pathogenesis of the cardiac lesions and the bronchoconstriction ... notably the tricuspid and pulmonary valves, called cardiac fibrosis. This results in a heart with normal rhythm and ... Mabvuure N, Cumberworth A, Hindocha S (2012). "In patients with carcinoid syndrome undergoing valve replacement: will a ...
*  Heart
... the tricuspid valve closes and the blood is pumped into the pulmonary trunk through the pulmonary valve. The pulmonary trunk ... The pulmonary trunk branches into the left and right pulmonary arteries that carry the blood to each lung. The pulmonary valve ... Two additional semilunar valves sit at the exit of each of the ventricles. The pulmonary valve is located at the base of the ... One valve lies between each atrium and ventricle, and one valve rests at the exit of each ventricle. The valves between the ...
*  Pulmonary atresia
... is a congenital malformation of the pulmonary valve in which the valve orifice fails to develop. The valve is ... such as the pulmonary valve and the tricuspid valve, are abnormally small. Pulmonary atresia with Ventricular Septal Defect (PA ... The pulmonary valve is located on the right side of the heart between the right ventricle and pulmonary artery. In a normal ... but with pulmonary atresia there is no opening on the pulmonary valve for blood to get to the lungs and become oxygenated. Due ...
*  Blue baby syndrome
... a defective right ventricular outflow tract near the pulmonary valve that prevents full flow of blood to the lungs; and a ... From the lungs, the blood enters the left atrium through the pulmonary vein; the left atrium empties into the left ventricle, ... Anomalous pulmonary venous connection The most common cause of blue baby syndrome,[citation needed] and the one which was the ... of the subclavian artery to the pulmonary artery. Adapting this procedure for patients with tetralogy of Fallot gave the blood ...
*  Tetralogy of Fallot
The procedure involves increasing the size of the pulmonary valve and pulmonary arteries and repairing the ventricular septal ... a bicuspid pulmonary valve, in 60% right-sided aortic arch, in 25% coronary artery anomalies, in 10% a patent foramen ovale or ... Ninety percent of people with total repair as babies develop a progressively leaky pulmonary valve later in life. It is ... flow of the mixed blood from both ventricles through the aorta because of the obstruction to flow through the pulmonary valve. ...
*  Stenosis of pulmonary artery
Both stenosis of the pulmonary artery and pulmonary valve stenosis are causes of pulmonic stenosis. In some cases it is treated ... It should not be confused with a pulmonary valve stenosis, which is in the heart, but can have similar hemodynamic effects. ... Stenosis of the pulmonary artery is a condition where the pulmonary artery is subject to an abnormal constriction (or stenosis ... For peripheral pulmonary artery stenosis in Alagille syndrome". Tex Heart Inst J. 25 (1): 79-82. PMC 325508 . PMID 9566070. ...
*  Decellularized homografts
... s pulmonary valve (autograft). The pulmonary valve then needs to be replaced by a heart valve prosthesis. A drawback of this ... for aortic valve replacement and decellularised pulmonary valves (DPH) for pulmonary valve replacement have been developed by ... Aortic valve disease affects the valve between the left ventricle and the aorta, and can be present as a congenital condition ... and the pulmonary valve prosthesis, often a conventional cryopreserved homograft, is subject to the same rate of degeneration ...
*  Cardiac output
An alternative that is not necessarily more reproducible is the measurement of the pulmonary valve to calculate right-sided CO ... It uses anthropometry to calculate aortic and pulmonary valve diameters and CSAs, allowing right-sided and left-sided Q ... PAC use can be complicated by arrhythmias, infection, pulmonary artery rupture and damage to the right heart valve. Recent ... CSA is the valve orifice cross sectional area, r is the valve radius, and, VTI is the velocity time integral of the trace of ...
*  Sussex Spaniel
Heart conditions in the Sussex Spaniel can include pulmonary valve stenosis, which is the most common of the congenital heart ... Essentially, in an animal with this condition, the pulmonary valve is improperly formed which causes the heart to work much ... It is actually a combination of up to four conditions, including the previously mentioned pulmonary valve stenosis, with a ...
*  Right axis deviation
As it arises from the right ventricle, the impulse spreads inferiorly from beneath the pulmonary valve, and there right axis ... "Diagnostic Values of Electrocardiogram in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)". Lung India : Official Organ of Indian ...
*  List of ICD-9 codes 390-459: diseases of the circulatory system
392) Rheumatic chorea (394) Diseases of mitral valve (395) Diseases of aortic valve (396) Diseases of mitral and aortic valves ... Arteriovenous fistula of pulmonary vessels (417.1) Aneurysm of pulmonary artery (417.8) Other specified diseases of pulmonary ... Other chronic pulmonary heart diseases (416.9) Chronic pulmonary heart disease unspecified (417) Other diseases of pulmonary ... Septic pulmonary embolism (415.19) Other pulmonary embolism and infarction (416) Chronic pulmonary heart disease (416.0) ...
*  Split S2
This allows the pulmonary valve to close earlier such that it overlaps the closing of the aortic valve, and the split is no ... When the pulmonary valve closes before the aortic valve, this is known as a "paradoxically split S2". On physical exam, ... It is caused when the closure of the aortic valve (A2) and the closure of the pulmonary valve (P2) are not synchronized ... The pressure in the pulmonary artery tries to close the pulmonary valve. Remember that the higher pressure will "win". Hence, ...