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Nov 28, 2013

American Heart Association Congress


Contributions by CCI employees at the American Heart Association Congress, Dallas November 16th- 20th 2013

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Poster presentation by Kristina Hermann Haugaa and Nina Eide Hasselberg Poster presentation by Ida Skrinde Leren
Oral presentation by Espen Bøe Erwan Donal (Prof. at Rennes University Hospital France), Nina Eide Hasselberg, Thor Edvardsen and Patrizio Lancelotti (President of the European association of cardiovascular imaging)

 

Contributions by CCI employees at the American Heart Association Congress, Dallas November 16th- 20th 2013

Type of session

Authors

Title

Abstract poster presentation

Ida S. Leren, Nina E. Hasselberg, Jørg Saberniak, Trond, P Leren, Thor Edvardsen, Kristina H Haugaa

Myocardial function is reduced in patients with long QT syndrome type 2 compared to type 2

Abstract poster presentation

Espen W Remme, Nina E Hasselberg, Marit Kristine Smedsrud, Otto A Smiseth, Thor Edvardsen

Geometric factors explain why left ventricular ejection fraction may be preserved in ventricles with reduced global longitudinal strain

Abstract poster presentation

Nina E Hasselberg, Kristina H Haugaa, Anne Brunet, Erik Kongsgård, Erwan Donal, Thor Edvardsen

Echocardiographic mechanical dispersion is a marker for ventricular arrhythmia in patient with cardiac resynchronization therapy

Abstract poster presentation

Nina E Hasselberg, Jørg Saberniak, Knut E Berge, Thor Edvardsen, Kristina H Haugaa

Mechanical dispersion by strain echocardiography is a marker of ventricular arrhythmia in Lamin A/C mutation positive subjects

Abstract poster presentation

Nina E Hasselberg, Kristina H Haugaa, Anne Brunet, Erik Kongsgård, Erwan Donal, Thor Edvardsen

Global longitudinal strain as a risk marker of ventricular arrhythmia in candidates for cardiac resynchronization therapy

Abstract oral session

Espen A Boe, Kristoffer Russell, Christian Eek, Morten Eriksen, Bjornar Grenne, Harald Brunvand, Otto A Smiseth Helge Skulstad

Coronary artery occlusion in N-STEMI patients can be identified by assessing segmental work which incorporates the effects of afterload on strain measurements

Abstract oral session

Kristina H Haugaa, Josef J Marek, Mohammed Ahmed, Keiko Ryo, Evan Adelstein, Saba Samir, John Gorcsan III

Persistent of worsened mechanical dyssynchrony after cardiac resynchronization therapy is associated with risk for ventricular arrhythmias

Cardiovascular seminar

 

Thor Edvardsen

 

Newer myocardial indices

 

Center for Cardiological Innovation