Ecocardiografía de estrés. 30 años no es nada... Parte II

Autores/as

  • Jorge A. Lowenstein Servicio Cardiodiagnóstico Investigaciones Médicas, Buenos Aires y del Servicio de Ecocardiografía de Diagnóstico Médico. Sede Cabildo. Argentina
  • Víctor Darú Sección Ecocardiografía y Doppler Cardiovascular Sanatorio Finochietto. Cardiodiagnóstico Investigaciones Médicas. Buenos Aires. Argentina

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37615/retic.v1n1a3

Palabras clave:

isquemia, ecocardiografía de estrés, dipiridamol, dobutamina, deformación miocárdica, reserva coronaria.

Resumen

Mientras que en la primera parte de este artículo (publicada en RETIC 2017, 7) se revisaron los principios básicos de la ecocardiografía de estrés, en esta segunda parte se verá toda una gama de indicaciones como el análisis de viabilidad miocárdica, la aplicación de la ecocardiografía de estrés en la enfermedad cardíaca no isquémica y la interpretación de la reserva de velocidad de flujo coronario, de la reserva contráctil y del estrés diastólico.

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2018-04-30

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Lowenstein JA, Darú V. Ecocardiografía de estrés. 30 años no es nada. Parte II. Rev Ecocardiogr Pract Otras Tec Imag Card (RETIC) [Internet]. 30 de abril de 2018 [citado 23 de junio de 2024];1(1):9-18. Disponible en: https://imagenretic.org/RevEcocarPract/article/view/148

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