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 Camilla Kjellstad Larsen
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Camilla Kjellstad Larsen
Camilla Kjellstad Larsen Camilla Kjellstad Larsen

Oslo University Hospital Rikshospitalet, Oslo (Norway)

Specialities : Chronic Heart Failure , Cardiac Magnetic Resonance, Echocardiography, Device Therapy

9 presentations from this speaker

Septal scar predicts non-response to cardiac resynchronization therapy

Event : EACVI Best of Imaging 2020

  • Session : ePoster session
  • Speaker : C Kjellstad Larsen (Oslo,NO)

Regional myocardial work by cardiac magnetic resonance and non-invasive left ventricular pressure: a feasibility study in left bundle branch block

Event : EuroCMR 2019

  • Session : Rapid Fire Abstract 4: clinical applications of cardiac function phenotyping
  • Speaker : C Kjellstad Larsen (Oslo,NO)

Septal function and viability determine response to cardiac resynchronization therapy

Event : ESC Congress 2019

  • Session : Cardiovascular magnetic resonance
  • Speaker : C Kjellstad Larsen (Oslo,NO)

Septal negative work correlates inversely with septal scar in patients referred for cardiac resynchronization therapy

Event : ESC Congress 2019

  • Session : Computed Tomography - Fractional Flow Reserve and Computed Tomography perfusion
  • Speaker : C Kjellstad Larsen (Oslo,NO)

Septal flash and rebound stretch are different entities

Event : ESC Congress 2018

  • Session : Chronic heart failure – Pathophysiology and mechanisms
  • Speaker : C Kjellstad Larsen (Oslo,NO)

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