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|Title:||Discrepancies in Assessing Diastolic Function in Pre-Clinical Heart Failure Using Different Algorithms-A Primary Care Study||Authors:||Setti, Martina
|Keywords:||diastole;echocardiography;guidelines;pre-clinical heart failure;primary care||Keywords Plus:||MITRAL ANNULAR MOTION;DYSFUNCTION;COMMUNITY;ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY;VELOCITY;RECOMMENDATIONS;DETERMINANTS;ASSOCIATION;PROGRESSION;GUIDELINES||Issue Date:||20-Oct-2020||Publisher:||MDPI||Journal:||Diagnostics (Basel, Switzerland)||Abstract:||
Current guidelines on diastolic function (DF) by the American Society of Echocardiography and the European Association of Cardiovascular Imaging (ASE/EACVI) have been disputed and two alternative algorithms have been proposed by Johansen et al. and Oh et al. We sought (a) to assess the concordance of ASE/EACVI guidelines on DF using these proposed alternative approaches and (b) to evaluate the prevalence of indeterminate diastolic dysfunction (DD) by each method, exploring means for reducing their number.
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