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This paper aims to explore the diagnostic valueof noninvasiveĀ cardiac function measurement for hypertension in pregnancy.One hundred and fifty-eight cases of gestational hypertension in our hospitalwere analyzed retrospectively while 30 healthy pregnant women were served asnormal controls. The heart function parameters in the two groups were measuredwith noninvasive cardiac function analyzer, such as myocardial contractiveforce indexes JP, VP, impedance indexes RTM, RS, volume load indexes GCV,LVDP and left heart output index LCI. In all 158 cases of gestationalhypertension, the myocardial contractive force indexes, impedance indexes andleft heart output index increased unusually. The difference between the twogroups was statistically significant P < 0.05. The myocardial contractiveforce indexes and the impedance indexes increased significantly higher than leftheart output index P < 0.05. The noninvasive cardiac function measurementwas much valuable in the early diagnosis of pregnancy-induced hypertension,especially the myocardial contractive force indexes, impedance indexes and leftheart output index, it appeared to be simple and efficient, and it deserves tobe clinically popularized and applied.





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Hypertension in Pregnancy, Noninvasive Cardiac Function, Heart Function Parameters

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Li, S. , Li, X. , Nie, L. , Shen, J. , Wang, Y. and Li, Z. 2015 Diagnostic Value of Noninvasive Cardiac Function Measurement for Hypertensive Disorders in Pregnancy. Open Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 5, 181-184. doi: 10.4236-ojog.2015.54025.





Author: Shifeng Li1*, Xiaoshu Li2, Liantao Nie1, Jihong Shen1, Yongsheng Wang1, Zhongjian Li1

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