Determining levels of systolic and levels of diastolic heart failure of the left ventricle at acute coronary syndrome


  • O. V. Denesiuk
Keywords: acute coronary syndrome, systolic and diastolic heart failure

Abstract

A survey of 143 patients with unstable angina on the basis of which revealed systolic heart failure I degree (initial) was determined at 35.0 %, II degree (moderate) - 18,9%, III degree (major) in 1.4 %, absent - 44,7 % patients. In the study of diastolic heart failure was defined 3 types: slow-relaxation - 54, 6%, pseudonormal - in 23.5%, restrictive - in 13,6%, normal - in 8.3% of patients. We defined the degree of systolic and diastolic types of heart failure left ventricle in patients with unstable angina are useful to monitor the effectiveness of treatment and correction of the revealed changes in the indices of cardiohemodynamics.

Published
2017-10-27
How to Cite
Denesiuk, O. V. (2017). Determining levels of systolic and levels of diastolic heart failure of the left ventricle at acute coronary syndrome. Reports of Morphology, 21(2), 418-420. Retrieved from https://morphology-journal.com/index.php/journal/article/view/184
Section
ANTROPOLOGICAL STUDIES