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Ventricular Pressure loop Filling Stroke volume Aortic valve closes Isovolumic relaxation Ejection Isovolumic contraction Volume (ml) Pressure (mmHg) Mitral valve opens Mitral valve closes Aortic valve opens End-systolic volume End-diastolic volume Stoke Volume Ejection Fraction = 85 = 59%
Systolic Heart Failure Filling Volume (ml) Pressure (mmHg) Contractility Pressure EDV ESV
Aortic Insufficiency Filling Stroke volume Volume (ml) Pressure (mmHg) Increase preload Increase in stroke volume Increase in ventricular pressure
Hypertension (Increase TPR) Filling Volume (ml) Pressure (mmHg) Increase after load Increase in ventricular pressure
Aortic Stenosis Filling Volume (ml) Pressure (mmHg) Increase after load Increase in ventricular pressure Decrease in stroke volume
Increased Contractility Filling Volume (ml) Pressure (mmHg) Decrease ESV Increase SV Slight decrease in EDV
Mitral Stenosis Filling Volume (ml) Pressure (mmHg) Decrease Contractility Decrease Presssure Increase EDV Increase ESV
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