RUSSIAN JOURNAL OFCARDIOLOGY, 2014, 2 (106)

Address to the readers

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CLINICAL MEDICINE NEWS

Clinical medicine updates: a review of international news

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CLINICAL GUIDELINES

NATIONAL RUSSIAN GUIDELINES ON APPLICATION OF THE METHODS OF HOLTER MONITORING IN CLINICAL PRACTICE

The joint working group for the management of guidelines of the Russian society of cardiology, Russian society for Holter monitoring and noninvasive electrophysiology, Russian Association of specialists in functional diagnosis, all-Russian scientific

society of specialists on clinical electrophysiology, arrhythmology and pacing, Society of specialists in heart failure.

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ORIGINAL ARTICLES

CARDIAC MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING AND POSITRON EMISSION TOMOGRAPHY IN THE PREDICTION OF LEFT VENTRICULAR DYSFUNCTION REVERSIBILITY IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC TOTALLY OCCLUDED CORONARY ARTERIES

Ryzhkova D. V.1, Kostina I. S.1,2

Abstract

TISSUE DOPPLEROGRAPHY AND THE ASSESSMENT OF RIGHT HEART STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC OBSTRUCTIVE PULMONARY DISEASE

Bart B. Ya.1, Kulbachinskaya O. M.2, Dergunova E. N.2, Vartanyan E. A.1

Abstract

HEART-TYPE FATTY ACID BINDING PROTEIN-BASED EXPRESS TEST IN THE DIAGNOSTICS OF ACUTE MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION

Ryabov V. V., Kirgizova M. A., Markov V. A.

Abstract

CLINIC AND PHARMACOTHERAPY

AFOBAZOLE EFFECTIVENESS IN THE COMPLEX TREATMENT OF PATIENTS WITH ARTERIAL HYPERTENSION

Chumakova E. A.2, Gaponova N. I.1, Berezina T. N.3

Abstract

LECTURE

QUANTITATIVE ANALYTICAL METHODS IN STRESS ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY

Bobrov A. L., Bobrov L. L.

The paper discusses various methods of quantitative analysis used in stress echocardiography (EchoCG). For each method, its key characteristics, specifics of applications, strengths, and weaknesses are described. The emphasis is on the methods widely recommended by the professional community for routine use in stress EchoCG. The application of these methods provides an opportunity to qualitatively assess the degree of myocardial contractility and relaxation disturbances, to identify early sings of heart failure, to calculate coronary flow reserve, and to assess the status of cardiac valves.

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Key words: stress echocardiography, quantitative analysis, coronary heart disease.

S. M. Kirov Military Medical Academy, St. Petersburg, Russia.

OBITUARY

Ad memoriam. Kuznetsov Gennady Petrovich

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