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There is a need to investigate the chronic effects of changes in A V delay and the effects of altered atrial and ventricular wall properties on ventricular filling hemodynamics. In addition, the dynamics of the left atrial contraction in terms of preload, afterload, and contractility, all as a function of A V delay, need to be further elucidated. Acknowledgments. M. McQueen, Y. O. Vetter, U. A. M. Frater, S. E. Pajaro and were supported in part by PHS Grants HL-17859, HL-19391, HL-24638, and NIH Training Grant T32 GM 7288 from the NIGMS.
Later investigators could not verify this finding in the normal heart, but they did find retrograde flow at the time of ventricular contraction (Linden and Mitchell1960; Brockman 1963; Skinner et al. 1963; Scully et al. 1973). This implied that a properly timed atrial contraction is required for competent end-diastolic mitral valve closure. Recent studies in our laboratory have shown that the mitral valve does close competently in the absence of an atrial contraction (see Sect. 2) (Yellin et al.
Flow pattern in the left ventricular outflow tract and schematic illustration in a patient with firstdegree A V block. The PE flow consists of two peaks, A and V. The interval between the first peak A and the beginning of the P wave is nearly the same as in healthy subjects. •t 3 Blood Flow in the Left Ventricle 1 ~: -~I I 1,2 VDOPPLER ECG Fig. 20. Flow patterns (upper panel) in the left ventricular outflow tract and schematic illustrations (lower panels) in a patient with second-degree AV block of the Wenckebach type.
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.)