A noninvasive technique for the study of cardiac hemodynamics utilizing C 15O 2 inhalation

D. D. Watson, P. J. Kenny, H. Gelband, D. R. Tamer, W. R. Janowitz, R. R. Sankey, R. D. Finn, F. J. Hildner, J. J. Greenberg, A. J. Gilson

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Abstract

A new technique for the study of cardiac hemodynamics is described which utilizes single breath inhalation of C 15O 2 (T(1/2) = 124 sec.) and the recording of activity vs. time curves with scintillation counters placed externally over the left ventricle and right lung. The results from 10 normal volunteers and 28 patients with acquired or congenital heart disease have been compared to the findings at cardiac catheterization. The technique is safe, rapid, and nontraumatic, and yielded no false positives or negatives in this series.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)615-622
Number of pages8
JournalRadiology
Volume119
Issue number3
StatePublished - Dec 1 1976
Externally publishedYes

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Scintillation Counting
Cardiac Catheterization
Inhalation
Heart Ventricles
Heart Diseases
Healthy Volunteers
Hemodynamics
Lung

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  • Radiological and Ultrasound Technology

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Watson, D. D., Kenny, P. J., Gelband, H., Tamer, D. R., Janowitz, W. R., Sankey, R. R., ... Gilson, A. J. (1976). A noninvasive technique for the study of cardiac hemodynamics utilizing C 15O 2 inhalation. Radiology, 119(3), 615-622.

A noninvasive technique for the study of cardiac hemodynamics utilizing C 15O 2 inhalation. / Watson, D. D.; Kenny, P. J.; Gelband, H.; Tamer, D. R.; Janowitz, W. R.; Sankey, R. R.; Finn, R. D.; Hildner, F. J.; Greenberg, J. J.; Gilson, A. J.

In: Radiology, Vol. 119, No. 3, 01.12.1976, p. 615-622.

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Watson, DD, Kenny, PJ, Gelband, H, Tamer, DR, Janowitz, WR, Sankey, RR, Finn, RD, Hildner, FJ, Greenberg, JJ & Gilson, AJ 1976, 'A noninvasive technique for the study of cardiac hemodynamics utilizing C 15O 2 inhalation', Radiology, vol. 119, no. 3, pp. 615-622.
Watson DD, Kenny PJ, Gelband H, Tamer DR, Janowitz WR, Sankey RR et al. A noninvasive technique for the study of cardiac hemodynamics utilizing C 15O 2 inhalation. Radiology. 1976 Dec 1;119(3):615-622.
Watson, D. D. ; Kenny, P. J. ; Gelband, H. ; Tamer, D. R. ; Janowitz, W. R. ; Sankey, R. R. ; Finn, R. D. ; Hildner, F. J. ; Greenberg, J. J. ; Gilson, A. J. / A noninvasive technique for the study of cardiac hemodynamics utilizing C 15O 2 inhalation. In: Radiology. 1976 ; Vol. 119, No. 3. pp. 615-622.
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