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Abnormal right ventricular reserve capacity in patients with heart failure and preserved biventricular function is caused by ventricular stiffness, impaired relaxation and vascular stiffness.

Topic: Ventricular function / haemodynamics

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Doctor Karl-Philipp Rommel

Heart Center of Leipzig, Leipzig (Germany)
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ESC CONGRESS 2016

27 August - 31 August 2016

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