AI 1. st.

English translation: grade 1 aortic insufficiency

19:57 Aug 7, 2017
Czech to English translations [PRO]
Medical - Medical (general)
Czech term or phrase: AI 1. st.
jedna z položek ve výčtu osobní anamnézy dítě při přijetí do nemocnice
Michaela Bordessoule
United Kingdom
Local time: 06:57
English translation:grade 1 aortic insufficiency
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http://lekarske.slovniky.cz/pojem/ai

Quantification of Aortic insufficiency by Cardiac Catheterization
• Mild (grade 1+) : A small amount of contrast enters the left ventricle during diastole and clears with each systole.
• Moderate (grade 2+) : More contrast enters with each diastole and faint opacification of the entire left ventricular chamber occurs
• Moderately severe (grade 3+) : Left ventricular chamber is well opacified and equal in density when compared with the ascending aorta
• Severe (grade 4+) : Complete, dense opacification of the ventricular chamber on the first beat, and the left ventricle is more densely opacified than the ascending aorta
http://www.echocardiology.org/aorticinsufficiency.htm
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grade 1 aortic insufficiency


Explanation:
http://lekarske.slovniky.cz/pojem/ai

Quantification of Aortic insufficiency by Cardiac Catheterization
• Mild (grade 1+) : A small amount of contrast enters the left ventricle during diastole and clears with each systole.
• Moderate (grade 2+) : More contrast enters with each diastole and faint opacification of the entire left ventricular chamber occurs
• Moderately severe (grade 3+) : Left ventricular chamber is well opacified and equal in density when compared with the ascending aorta
• Severe (grade 4+) : Complete, dense opacification of the ventricular chamber on the first beat, and the left ventricle is more densely opacified than the ascending aorta
http://www.echocardiology.org/aorticinsufficiency.htm


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