Karya Tulis Jurnal Pemeriksaan Diastolik Stress Test Dalam Pendaftaran Gangguan Diastolik Dan Peningkatan Tekanan Pengisian Ventrikel Kiri
Increased left ventricular filling pressure is one of the causes of increased safety during activity. Clinical conditions are often found in patients with myocardial disorders, as well as patients with heart disease, hypertension, diabetes, and independent of ischemia. The left ventricular ejection fraction is normal and while this group of patients is called having diastolic heart failure, diastolic function configuration at rest can be found to be normal. A trial to examine hemodynamic features in these patients is a gold diagnosis for the diagnosis of heart failure, but requires greater costs, risks and preparation can be used for the use of examinations at this time. Based on the recommendations of the American Society of Echocardiography / European Cardiovascular Imaging Association, this invasive examination can be replaced by a noninvasive examination using echocardiographic stress testing with supine bycycle or treadmill. Diastolic Stast Test (DST) using echocardiography can assess left ventricular filling pressure during exercise and is useful for determining diagnosis and providing prognostic information. This literature review will discuss the examination of Diastolic Stast Tests in daily clinical practice.