Cardiac PV Loop Data Analysis: Tips and Tricks

Introduction


PV loop pressure volume techniques and tips webinar ADI

During this live webinar, DeWayne Townsend, DVM, PhD and Adam Goodwill, PhD will discuss how to collect and analyze quality pressure-volume loop data.
Specifically, they will discuss what equipment is required to measure PV loops, how to minimize variability, how to analyze load-independent measures of function and discuss what the data mean.

 

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DATE: WEDNESDAY 13th MAY 2020​
START TIME: 11:00 AM EDT
DURATION: 60 MINUTES

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Key learning objectives:

  • Why PV loops? What are the alternatives (e.g. echo, MRI, etc.) and how do PV loops compare?
  • What are load-independent measures and how are they measured?
  • How are PV loop data analyzed and what do they mean?
  • What equipment do you need to record PV loop data?
  • What causes variability and how do you mitigate it?

Abstract:

During this live webinar, DeWayne Townsend, DVM, PhD and Adam Goodwill, PhD will discuss how to collect and analyze quality pressure-volume loop data.
Specifically, they will discuss why PV loops are considered the gold standard for measuring cardiac function in vivo, what equipment is required to collect PV loop data and how to minimize variability in your data. The focus of the webinar will be on data analysis – Adam and DeWayne will demonstrate how to analyze load-independent measures of function and discuss what the data mean.


About the speakers:

DeWayne Townsend PV loop techniques and tips webinar ADI
Adam Goodwill PV loop pressure volume techniques webinar ADI

DeWayne Townsend, DVM, PhD
Associate Professor, Department of Integrative Biology and Physiology
University of Minnesota Medical School
My laboratory utilizes an integrative approach to study the pathophysiological mechanisms of heart failure, with a specific focus on dystrophic cardiomyopathies.

Adam G. Goodwill, PhD
Assistant Research Professor, Anatomy Cell Biology & Physiology
Indiana University School of Medicine
The majority of my research career has focused on vasomotor deficits and vascular remodeling in the context of metabolic syndrome.

 

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PV loop pressure volume analysis software LabChart ADI

LabChart - PV Loop 2.5 for left and right ventricle studies.

The PV Loop Analysis Software Module for LabChart is specifically designed for the analysis of in vivo ventricular pressure-volume data in small and large animals, or ex vivo, using working heart systems. Analyze ventricular pressure-volume baseline and occlusion data in realtime or post acquisition.
Contact us for more information.

 

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