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What happens to ejection fraction during exercise

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doctor1 MD

to realize there is more than ejection fraction and my doctors are following me closely. I have to stop ... at this point and I become tempted to visit the ER for reassurance. Also, during this journey of OCD and PTSD, I ...

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....however the echo technician hinted that my echo was normal (ie. above 60 ejection fraction etc.). My question is...could one have a normal ejection fraction and still be going through heart failure? If all blood work ...

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I am 70, on dialysis 1 yr, no diabetes , can walk on treadmill for 45 minutes + additional or alternative exercise and have an EF of 25%. Currently take 2 pills daily for heart and blood. What can I do ...

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was @ 10% with some mild feet edema. Since then no edema, now his ejection fraction (EFG )) is 25%, he is in cardiac rehab and is exercising daily (was very active and exercised prior to the incident). My question ...

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along with medical histroy. Please can you advice on following:- 1. What's EF, 2 Echo shows this is down ... but this parameter is going down. 2. What are the long and short term impact of this decease on a 10 yrs old kid. 3 ...

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that can validate them. Can you tell me what do i have to do to get better and improve ejection fraction ...jst took 3rd echo ejection fraction went down to 25 last one i took 2 years ago improved to 45 ...

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I am a 62 yr old male, no symptoms and exercise everyday, bp is 110/70, crp 1, HDL 90 tchol 190 LDL ... an exercise physiologist and have had a low EF 45-50 for the last 10 yrs. ...

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i had a heart catheterization done yesterday, with the reult of a ejection fraction of 20% and 2 stenosis of 70%, one year ago after a heart attack, the catheterization showed an ejection fraction of 40 ...

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ejection fraction is 10% and she has a pacemaker and defibrulator. Her condition seems to be getting worse ... if that is correct and what I can expect. Hopefully you can help me. Thank you. ...

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is only 15%. Since the heart-attack happened mid air and lot of time was lost, the heart muscles were ... Here are my questions: 1. I know the EF is very low, but is it dangerous? What can we do about it ...

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is there a difference between resting ejection fraction and exercise ejection fraction? ...

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of the hospital during the last couple of weeks. He went through a cardio cath today and the Cardiologist ... fraction should be 60 to 80. Is there anything that can be done, or what is the prognosis. ...

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Can you explain what an ejection fraction is? After a HIDA scan the radiologist report reads Following ensure ingestion the gallbladder ejection fraction was high measuring 84% at 20 minutes, 97% at 40 ...

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as normal and it even shows that my ejection fraction they consider normal...what scares me as I been have ... is high and your pulse is high will that make a higher ejection fraction....I was really stressed when ...

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ejection fraction of 55-60% what does that mean and Trace Mitral Regurgitation and Trace Regurgitation does this happen with weight gain I m normally really healthy, I m 5.8 and weight 244. Does this sort of stuff ...

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doctor1 MD

What is the Ejection fraction on echo

doctor1 MD

I suppose you are referring to a cardiac issue. It means the pumping capacity of your heart has severely reduced, and you are close to heart failure. Please vote thanks if you found the answer helpful, and please write in detail if you wish for more guidance.

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what medications are you and what is your ejection fraction