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echo-doppler étagé avec indice de pression systolique

English translation: Echo Doppler with systolic pressure index

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French term or phrase:echo-doppler étagé avec indice de pression systolique
English translation:Echo Doppler with systolic pressure index
Entered by: xxxElena Sgarbo
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15:28 Mar 24, 2002
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Medical / stents
French term or phrase: echo-doppler étagé avec indice de pression systolique
In connection with patient follow-up after stent implantation: donnees recuillies en consultation (perimetre de march, douleur de decubitus...); echo-doppler étagé avec indice de pression systolique au rpos et a l'effort
Kajuco
United Kingdom
Local time: 17:27
Echo Doppler with systolic pressure index
Explanation:
...at effort and rest.

HTH
Elena

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Note added at 2002-03-24 21:39:01 (GMT)
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Kate,
In response to your private e-mail, étagé (levels, steps) here probably means \'quantitated\' -but the Doppler measurements always are, and such clarification is not made in English.

As for Echo-Doppler vs. ultrasound, \'ultrasound\' is used for everything that does not involve the heart. Your text mentions stents, so I assumed they were implanted in the coronary arteries, and that\'s why I proposed \"Echo\".

However on a second look now I see that they talk about decubitus, so if the text refers to the extremities, then \"Doppler Ultrasound\" is what you want :-)
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Echo Doppler with systolic pressure index


Explanation:
...at effort and rest.

HTH
Elena

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Note added at 2002-03-24 21:39:01 (GMT)
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Kate,
In response to your private e-mail, étagé (levels, steps) here probably means \'quantitated\' -but the Doppler measurements always are, and such clarification is not made in English.

As for Echo-Doppler vs. ultrasound, \'ultrasound\' is used for everything that does not involve the heart. Your text mentions stents, so I assumed they were implanted in the coronary arteries, and that\'s why I proposed \"Echo\".

However on a second look now I see that they talk about decubitus, so if the text refers to the extremities, then \"Doppler Ultrasound\" is what you want :-)


    I'm an MD in the US
xxxElena Sgarbo
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Fantastic answer. Wonderful explanations.

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