By Motoaki Sugawara (auth.), Motoaki Sugawara Ph.D., Fumihiko Kajiya M.D., Ph.D., Akira Kitabatake M.D., Hirohide Matsuo M.D. (eds.)
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18a,b. Flow patterns in the left ventricular outflow tracts in a healthy subject with sinus rhythm (a) and in a patient with mitral stenosis and atrial fibrillation (b). In atrial fibrillation b, PE flow cannot be detected after a long preceding R-R interval, but it appears whenever the preceding R-R interval is nearly normal. The timing of the occurrence of PE flow in atrial fibrillation b is different from that in sinus rhythm a schematic illustration are shown in Fig. 20. In beats 1 and 2, with an almost normal PQ interval, the PE flow has just one peak.
Solid vertical lines are time lines. After Meisner et a!. (1985) with permission of the American Physiological Society were attached to the right atrium and ventricle for A V sequential pacing. Pacing runs consisted of step changes in A V delay controlled by an IBM PC computer interfaced to a Grass stimulator/isolator. M-mode mitral valve echograms were obtained using a probe held on the right ventricular anterior wall near its base and aimed at aluminum foil patches sutured to the medial edges of the mitral valve anterior and posterior leaflets.
In this contribution, we have shown that PE flow consists of two components-A and Vand that this flow plays an important role in mitral valve closure. 5 Hemodynamics of Atrioventricular Sequential Pacing JAYS. MEISNER, EDWARD L. YELLIN, and CHARLES S. 1 Introduction The timing of the atrial contraction as a determinant of stroke volume was first investigated by Gessel (1911). In the anesthetized dog with atrioventricular (AV) block, he paced the atrium and ventricle at slightly different rates, causing movement in time of the atrial contraction relative to the ventricular contraction and producing "interference waves" in arterial blood pressure.
Blood Flow in the Heart and Large Vessels by Motoaki Sugawara (auth.), Motoaki Sugawara Ph.D., Fumihiko Kajiya M.D., Ph.D., Akira Kitabatake M.D., Hirohide Matsuo M.D. (eds.)