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Cardiac Index Measurement Obese
Clarify:cardiac output too high at rest? Echo:stroke volume 100ml by 70 bpm, that means cardiac out:7l/min; cardiac index would be 3, 57l/min*m2.Txs
High Cardiac Output: Cardiac output is calculated by multiplying stroke volume by heart rate. Since the amount of blood pumped by the heart is dependent on body surface area ie. A larger person needs more blood supply. If it is more than 6l/min in an average person, at rest , and associated with symptoms, the cause must be looked into. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Which value of cardiac output is considered high?My stroke volume 90ml, by 75 bpm, that means cardiac out:6, 7l/min;cardiac index would be 3, 5l/min*m2.Tx
Cardiac Output: Numbers such as you list can be normal especially in a smoker. Numbers alone without clinical correlation don't necessarily mean a lot. You should discuss these data with the physician(s) who know you and your specifics. ...Read more
No: The BMI is simply your weight with respect to your height - an overly simplistic and thereby essentially flawed assessment of your health. It's a bit better when used in combination with body fat measurement. That being said, a high BMI might be associated with diabetes and heart disease amongst other health conditions. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is my cardiac output too high? Results from echo:stroke volume 100ml, by 70 bpm, that means cardiac out:7l/min; cardiac index would be 3, 57l/min*m2.
Valid measurements:10, Total measurements:10. What are normal ranges for sws median and sws iqr in m/s on fibroscan test,(model FibroScan 502 Touch)?
Measurement 10?: alid measurements:10, Total measurements:10. What are normal ranges for sws median and sws iqr in m/s on fibroscan test,(model FibroScan 502 Touch)? ANS:what are you measuring? ...Read more
My left ventricle diastolic diameter 4.1cm. I'm 5'3, 125 lbs. Age 25. Is this normal? Indexed to height? And bsa?
Dimension: Yes that dimension is normal.Get a more detailed answer ›
Weight:height.: The BMI is simply your weight with respect to your height - an overly simplistic and thereby essentially flawed assessment of your health. It's a bit better when used in combination with body fat measurement. That being said, a high BMI might be associated with diabetes and heart disease amongst other health conditions. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
34 yr old female..Healthy weight...Recent echo showed ejection fraction of 50 percent...Recent blood work cardio CRP 9.8, sed rate 38, CRP 15.1, next?
What are your : Symptoms? Ef is low normal but inflammatory markers are elevated ...Recommend you discuss with ordering physician. ...Read more
Many methods: There are many methods, with varying accuracy. Bmi is simply wt/ht(2). A simple method for %fat is impedance, and trainers often use them. Gold standard for %fat is underwater weighing, bodpod, or dexa. Rmr requires a metabolic cart which is used in hospitals and research labs. Many of these are relegated to research labs. It is usually not necessary to know all this to be healthy. ...Read more
What kind: I am unfamiliar with also pressure hydrocephalus- did you spell the type correctly? For most causes of hydrocephalus, the type determines the treatment and forecast. The diabetes-how long, level of control, other vascular issues, and meds also figure in to the forecast you are seeking. Too complicated for this format. ...Read more
Morbidly obese w/ treated sleep apnea. No CardioV disease other than high bp/cholest. Will losing weight remove fat around the heart, unclog arteries?
Yes: Yes. Weight loss will help considerbly.Get a more detailed answer ›
My husbands bp 100/70 with headache.he is 83 kgs height 5,5 inches.is that dangerous? Cholestrol 190 family history of cardiac problems
BP ok, but: He's too heavy, cholesterol may be too high. Need to know bad cholesterol (LDL) ), good cholesterol (hdl) and triglycerides. Also fasting blood sugar. He has three possible risk factors for coronary heart disease. His gender, family history and possibly cholesterol. Definitely needs to see his doc!!! ...Read more
100% healthy, no hypertension, hypercholesterolemia, or diabetes, ideal weight, very active, 59 y.o. woman, 2 days later, heart attack, related?
There are known: risk factors for coronary artery disease and you have named them but there is also genetics. In addition you haven't mentioned smoking or emotional distress. Takasubu can cause heart attack in a distressed woman and perhaps that is the root of the event. Smoking can undo all the good for the things you mentioned. ...Read more