The Heart: Introduction to CVD Biomarkers

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Stroke Volume

Preload

Afterload

Total load

Ejection Fraction

Cardiac Output (Q)

Inotropy

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The force the muscle must overcome (I.e. the tension the muscle must develop) in order to shorten.

Vascular resistance

volumetric fraction of fluid ejected from a chamber with each contraction

Filling Volume

The force of muscle contraction.

The amount of blood pumped with each heart beat

Amount of blood ejected by the heart measured in litres/minute


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