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Tuesday, August 27, 2019

Increasing the risk of heart attack 💔. Know the normal cardiac parameters


CARDIAC PARAMETERS


  1. Heart rate (HR): 60 - 90 beats / min.
  2. Cardiac output (CO): 4 - 6 L / min.
  3. Stroke volume (SV): 60 - 100 ml / beat.
  4. Right atrial pressure (RAP): 0 - 6 mmHg.
  5. Central venous pressure (CVP): 0 - 6 mmHg.
  6. Left atrial pressure (LAP): 6 - 12 mmHg.
  7. Pulmonary capillary wedge pressure (PCWP): 6 - 12 mmHg.
  8. Right ventricular pressure (RVP):
Systolic:15 - 30 mmHg.                
Diastolic:0 - 8 mmHg.
  1. Right ventricular End Diastolic volume (RVEDV) :100 - 160 ml.
  2. Right ventricular Ejection fraction  (RVEF): 40 - 60 %
  3. Pulmonary artery pressure:
Systolic:15 - 30 mmHg.
Diastolic: 8 - 15 mmHg.
Mean:10 - 20 mmHg.
  1. Left ventricular pressure (LVP):
Systolic:90 - 140 mmHg.
Diastolic:4 - 12 mmHg.
  1. Arterial blood pressure:
Systolic (SBP): 90 - 140 mmHg.
Diastolic (DBP): 60 - 90 mmHg.
Mean (MAP):   70 - 105 m

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