Predicting Hemodynamic Changes During Cardiac Hypertrophy

Vignesh Valaboju
Heart failure (HF), a progressive disorder with high mortality rates, currently affects 6 million Americans. One of the main causes of HF is left ventricular (LV) hypertrophy: a structural abnormality that results from growth of LV walls during cardiomyopathy, arterial hypertension, and/or valve disease. Valve diseases such as aortic stenosis and mitral regurgitation cause pressure and volume overloading of the heart, respectively. Chronic progression of volume and pressure overload leads to large amounts of LV...
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