Redefining normal reference ranges for echocardiography: a major new individual person data meta-analysis

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Poppe, K.K.
Doughty, Robert N.
Whalley, Gillian
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2013
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echocardiography
meta-analysis
reference ranges
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Poppe, K. K., Doughty, R. N., & Whalley, G. A. (2013). Redefining normal reference ranges for echocardiography: a major new individual person data meta-analysis. European Heart Journal–Cardiovascular Imaging, 14(4), 347-348.
Abstract
Current recommended reference ranges for echocardiographic measurements may not be relevant to the diverse world population they are applied to. A new study, the echocardiographic normal reference ranges of the left heart (EchoNoRMAL) study, is an individual person data meta-analysis of standard echocardiographic measurements which aims to re-define normal reference ranges of left heart dimensions, areas, volumes, mitral inflow and tissue Doppler, and associated calculated variables
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10.1093/ehjci/jes161
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Oxford Journals
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