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Comparing a Direct Versus an Indirect Approach to Measuring the Portalsytemic Pressure Gradients

® Insight™ and indirect portal vein pressure measurements using the interventional radiology based hepatic venous pressure gradient (HVPG) procedure.

venous pressure
portosystemic shunt
cirrhosis
anesthesia
hepatic venous pressure gradient
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  • 09 Jun, 2022
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Magnetic Resonance Technics for the Assessment of Liver Function Before and After TIPS

. The accurate TIPS shunt is necessary to reduce the incidence of complications and improve the patients' survival rate and survival quality. Hepatic venous pressure gradient (HVPG) is standard to

encephalopathy
cirrhosis
ascites
hepatic failure
biopsy of liver
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  • 05 Feb, 2022
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A Combined Model Based on Spleen Stiffness, Liver Stiffness and Platelets for Assessing Portal Hypertension in Compensated Cirrhosis (CHESS2202)

Portal hypertension contributed to the main complications of liver cirrhosis. Currently, hepatic venous pressure gradient (HVPG) was the reference standard for evaluating portal pressure in

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  • 14 Jun, 2022
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Can MRI Evaluate Beta-blocker Response in Portal Hypertension? (B-SMaRT)

pass a pressure sensor through a vein in the neck, down into the liver. This is called the hepatic venous pressure gradient (HVPG) measurement. The HVPG measurement is disliked by patients because it

liver scarring
hepatitis
cirrhosis
liver disease
hepatic venous pressure gradient
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  • 25 Feb, 2022
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Hemodynamics Monitoring During Lower Body Negative Pressure (LBNP) Induced Controlled Hypovolemia (LBPN)

To monitor the changes in central and peripheral monitors/waveforms during gradual hypovolemia induced by lower body negative pressure in healthy volunteers.

Accepts healthy volunteers
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  • 08 Apr, 2022
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Acute Cardiac Responses to Spinal Cord Injury

The immediate period after spinal cord injury (SCI) is one of the only opportunities that clinicians and care-givers have to make a real difference to patient outcomes. One of the main aims during this period is to preserve blood flow and oxygen delivery to the spinal cord to prevent any …

spinal cord disorder
injuries
spinal cord
spinal injury
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  • 25 Jan, 2021
  • 1 location
Hemodynamic, Vascular and Muscular Parameters of Exercise Capacity in Single-Ventricle Patients With Fontan Procedure

After the Fontan procedure applied in patients with a functional or anatomical single ventricle, patients are faced with significant morbidity and mortality risk. Most of the common complications after Fontan such as arrhythmia, cyanosis, ventricular dysfunction, heart failure, atrioventricular valve insufficiency, protein-losing enteropathy, thrombosis, bleeding, venous insufficiency directly or indirectly …

Accepts healthy volunteers
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  • 11 May, 2022
  • 1 location
Subclavian Vein Diameter Variations to Assess Vascular Filling (VSC MIR)

Haemodynamic optimisation is a fundamental step and a daily issue in the management of intensive care patients with acute circulatory failure. Failure to optimise haemodynamics is recognised as a factor associated with morbidity and mortality. Although the first line of treatment is often vascular filling, many studies have found that …

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  • 25 Mar, 2022
From Micro- to Macro-vessels : Water, Salt, Heart and Kidneys

Hypertension is a public health concern and affects nearly a third of the French population. It can be complicated by visceral impact (including brain, heart and kidney complications) as well as on vessels especially large arteries, responsible for arterial stiffening. There are close interactions between heart and kidneys, as well …

aldosterone
hypertension
stiffness
renin
diabetes
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  • 28 Dec, 2021
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EUS Elastography for Predicting Cirrhotic-related Complications

Evaluation of the tissue stiffness as a surrogate marker of degree of liver cirrhosis has gained popularity in recent decades. Current guidelines also advocate the use of Fibroscan® machine (EchoSens, Paris, France) to detect any advanced liver fibrosis as represented by high liver stiffness, for prediction of varices development. Apart …

cirrhosis
liver disease
elastography
fibrosis
hypertension
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  • 25 Mar, 2022
  • 1 location