The interval from the early peak velocity to the zero intercept of the extrapolated deceleration time
(DcT) slope (early filling mitral DcT) was measured.
Peak E-wave velocity, peak A-wave velocity, mitral valve (MV) E/A ratio, MV deceleration time
, and isovolumetric relaxation time were calculated with PW Doppler.
We hypothesize that isokinetic parameters can be modified by KT, including peak torque (PT), maximum repetition of the total work (MRTW), work fatigue, agonist/antagonist ratio, deceleration time
and the time to reach the PT.
In normal pattern E wave is greater than A wave resulting in E/A>1.5, deceleration time
is 160-240 msec, E/E'<8.
Mitral inflow measurements (early and late diastolic velocities and deceleration time
) were obtained from pulsed-wave Doppler in the apical 4-chamber view.
And the arrival time of bus i at station j is related to the departure time from station j-1, the running time, and the acceleration and deceleration time
of buses, which is affected by the stop skipping and bus holding.
The transmitral E and A waves velocities, E/A ratio, E wave deceleration time
(DT), and the isovolumic relaxation time (IVRT) were measured using the conventional two dimensional and pulsed wave Doppler.
Detailed cardiac echocardiography was performed to determine left atrial volume, ejection fraction, E and A velocities, deceleration time
and e'velocity, E/e.'
The relationship between TPV and MT, on the other hand, did not show any difference between groups (RC: 40 [+ or -] 2 ms; LC: 34 [+ or -] 2 ms; RCVA: 37 [+ or -] 2 ms; LCVA: 37 [+ or -] 2 ms) and directions (ipsilateral: 37 [+ or -] 1 ms; contralateral: 36.7 [+ or -] 1 ms), but there was a main effect for ID for the comparisons of RC versus RCVA (F2 646 = 4.01; P < 0.017), LC versus LCVA ([F.sub.2.5,45.2] = 11.33; P < 0.0001), and RCVA versus LCVA ([F.sub.2.5,45.2] = 9.39; P < 0.0001), indicating that the percentage of TPV/MT decreased with the increase of the ID, which means longer deceleration time
for higher ID.
Te experimental records of penetrators' deceleration time
history of Forrestal et al.
The values of the measurements obtained by ultrasound were also significant between the two groups: deceleration time
(DT, msec) 217.10 [+ or -] 38.6 versus 184.02 [+ or -] 32.2, p=0.0004; isovolumetric relaxation time (IVRT, msec) 105.70 [+ or -] 18.1 versus 95.50 [+ or -] 19.4, p=0.0098 and aortic flow propagation velocity (AVP cm/sec) 54.97 [+ or -] 9.3 versus 69.17 [+ or -] 10.8, p=0.0006.
Diastolic indices included: early and late transmitral diastolic velocities (E and A); early deceleration time
(DT); systolic velocity ([S.sub.m]), early and late diastolic tissue Doppler velocities at the septal mitral annulus ([E.sub.m] and [A.sub.m]).