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*  Pimobendan
... increases the binding efficiency of cardiac troponin in the myofibril to the calcium ions that are already present in systole. ...
*  Mitral valve prolapse
A murmur that lasts throughout the whole of systole is known as a holo-systolic murmur. A murmur that is mid to late systolic, ... This allows the mitral valve to prolapse earlier in systole, leading to an earlier systolic click (i.e. closer to S1), and a ... where blood aberrantly flows from the left ventricle into the left atrium during systole. In the United States, MVP is the most ... disease characterized by the displacement of an abnormally thickened mitral valve leaflet into the left atrium during systole. ...
*  Systole
Atrial systole lasts approximately 100 ms and ends prior to ventricular systole, as the atrial muscle returns to diastole. The ... LV systole is volumetrically defined as the left ventricular ejection fraction (LVEF). Similarly, RV systole is defined as the ... left atrial systole is ended and ventricular systole is about to begin. The time variable for the left systolic cycle is ... The systole /ˈsɪstəliː/ is that part of the cardiac cycle during which some chambers of the heart muscle contract after ...
*  Systole (disambiguation)
Systole may refer to: Systole (medicine), a term describing the contraction of the heart Systolic array, a term used in ... computer architecture Systolic geometry, a term used in mathematics In mathematics, Systoles of surfaces are systolic ...
*  Systoles of surfaces
Namely, they exhibited arithmetic hyperbolic Riemann surfaces with systole behaving as a constant times log ⁡ ( g ) {\ ... its systole, denoted sys, is defined to the least length of a loop that cannot be contracted to a point on the surface. The ... of the systole of hyperbolic surfaces reveals some interesting constants. Thus, Hurwitz surfaces Σ g {\displaystyle \Sigma _{g ... "Logarithmic growth of systole of arithmetic Riemann surfaces along congruence subgroups". J. Differential Geom. 76 (3): 399-422 ...
*  Systolic geometry
Berger, M.: Systoles et applications selon Gromov. (French. French summary) [Systoles and their applications according to ... More details appear at systoles of surfaces. The deepest result in the field is Gromov's inequality for the homotopy 1-systole ... The systole of a compact metric space X is a metric invariant of X, defined to be the least length of a noncontractible loop in ... The actual term "systole" itself was not coined until a quarter century later, by Marcel Berger. This line of research was, ...
*  Mikhail Katz
ISBN 0-8176-3898-9 Berger, M.: What is... a Systole? Notices of the AMS 55 (2008), no. 3, 374-376. Katz & Katz (2010). Stewart ... a Systole?" lists the book (Katz, 2007) as one of two books he cites in systolic geometry. More recently Katz also contributed ...
*  Introduction to systolic geometry
Berger, M.: Systoles et applications selon Gromov. (French. French summary) [Systoles and their applications according to ... In geometry, a systole is a distance which is characteristic of a compact metric space which is not simply connected. It is the ... The actual term systole itself was not coined until a quarter century later, by Marcel Berger. This line of research was, ... Berger, M.: What is... a Systole? Notices of the AMS 55 (2008), no. 3, 374-376. Buser, P.; Sarnak, P.: On the period matrix of ...
*  Heart failure with preserved ejection fraction
This is termed partial persistent systole. Ischemia may manifest in distinct ways, either as a result of increasing tissue ... Left ventricular long axis function in diastolic heart failure is reduced in both diastole and systole: time for a redefinition ...
*  Christian Medical College, Ludhiana
The college event is THE SYSTOLE. The students also put together an English musical every year under the music and theater ...
*  Glossary of differential geometry and topology
Systole, least length of a noncontractible loop. Tangent bundle, the vector bundle of tangent spaces on a differentiable ...
*  Diastole
This beginning of the atrial systole is known as the atrial kick-see Wiggers diagram. The atrial kick does not supply the ... That is, for a normal heart rate of 72 beats per minute (bpm), the cycle requires 0.3 sec in ventricular systole (contraction)- ... Systole (medicine) Blood pressure Wiggers diagram Diastole. Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary. 24 August 2008. Widmaier, Eric P ... During early ventricular diastole, pressure in the two ventricles begins to drop from the peak reached during systole. When ...
*  Hawking (band)
Systole [1] Ghettoblaster Magazine, June 24, 2015. [2] MusicBox Pete June 29, 2015 "Hawking Introduces Us To Math Pop". Baeble ...
*  Hurwitz quaternion order
51-101, MR 1722413 . Katz, Mikhail G.; Schaps, Mary; Vishne, Uzi (2007), "Logarithmic growth of systole of arithmetic Riemann ... and Vishne to construct a family of Hurwitz surfaces satisfying an asymptotic lower bound for the systole: s y s > 4 3 log ⁡ g ... see systoles of surfaces. (2,3,7) triangle group Klein quartic Macbeath surface First Hurwitz triplet Vogeler, Roger (2003), On ...
*  Muscle tissue
This complex mechanism illustrates systole of the heart. Cardiac muscle cells, unlike most other tissues in the body, rely on ...
*  Wiggers diagram
Ventricular systole Cardiac diastole ECG The EKG complex. P=P wave, PR=PR interval, QRS=QRS complex, QT=QT interval, ST=ST ...
*  Systolic heart murmur
... s are heart murmurs heard during systole. They can be classified by when the murmur begins and ends, ...
*  Arterial stiffness
The increased workload may also be associated with a higher heart rate, a proportionately longer duration of systole and a ... This increases the load on the heart in systole. John R. Cockcroft, notable researcher on the subject Pulse wave velocity ... is increased in stiffer arteries and consequently reflected waves will arrive at the heart earlier in systole. ...
*  Ventricle (heart)
During most of the cardiac cycle, ventricular pressure is less than the pressure in the aorta, but during systole, the ... Fractional shortening (FS) is the fraction of any diastolic dimension that is lost in systole. When referring to endocardial ... During systole, the ventricles contract, pumping blood through the body. During diastole, the ventricles relax and fill with ...
*  Functional murmur
Occurs during systole or continuously during both systole and diastole. (Murmurs occurring only during diastole are always ...
*  Cardiac muscle cell
These two phases are commonly understood as systole and diastole. The rest phase is considered polarized. The resting potential ...
*  Andreas Vesalius
Vesalius believed that cardiac systole is synchronous with the arterial pulse. He not only verified Estienne's findings on the ...
*  Arithmetic Fuchsian group
doi:10.1016/0022-314x(82)90028-2. Katz, M.; Schaps, M.; Vishne, U. (2007). "Logarithmic growth of systole of arithmetic Riemann ...
*  Mitral insufficiency
Its duration is, as the name suggests, the whole of systole. The loudness of the murmur does not correlate well with the ... will reveal a jet of blood flowing from the left ventricle into the left atrium during ventricular systole. Also, it may detect ... and comparing it with the flow out of the left ventricle through the aortic valve in ventricular systole. This method assumes ...
*  Harvestman anatomy
Myofibrils are mostly arranged circularly and constrict the heart during systole. There are two valves present, an anterior ...