Table 4

Diastolic variables in the overall population in comparison to reference values from normal populations from guidelines publications
Measured values Reference values
Left heart diastolic function
E 80 (±18) 73 (± 19)[11]
A 90 (±23) 69 (± 17)[11]
E/A ratio 0.99 (± 0.55) 0.96 (± 0.18)[11]
Lateral e’ (cm/s) 9.2 (± 2.8) 12.9 (± 3.5)[11]
Lateral E/e’ ratio 9.1 (± 2.6) 6.7 (± 2.2)[11]
Lateral e’/a’ ratio 0.92 (± 0.42) 0.9 (± 0.4)[11]
IVRT (ms) 93 (± 23) 87 (± 7)[11]
DT (ms) 226 (± 50) 200 (±29)[11]
Right heart diastolic function
E 55 (± 11) 54 (52–56)[12]
A 49 (± 11) 40 (38–41)[12]
E/A ratio 1.2 (± 0.25) 1.4 (1.4–1.5)[12]
Lateral e’ (cm/s) 11.9 (± 2.7) 14 (CI 13–14)[12]
Lateral E/e’ ratio 4.27 (± 2) 4 (CI 4–4)[12]
Lateral a’ (cm/s) 119.1(± 4.6) 13 (CI 12–14)[12]
Lateral e’/a’ ratio 0.66 (± 0.24) 1.2 (CI 1.1–1.3)[12]
IVRT (ms) 89 (± 19) 48 (CI 43–53)[12]
DT (ms) 210 (± 56) 174 (CI 163–186)[12]

Schoos et al.

Schoos et al. BMC Cardiovascular Disorders 2013 13:84   doi:10.1186/1471-2261-13-84

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