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(In alphabetical order by leading authors)

Arrazola Garcia FV
Cardiac index by TEB and TD: A longitudinal study in 100 ICU patients

Castor G
The pitfalls of the pulmonary artery catheter: A never-ending story

Jutzy RV
Use of transthoracic electrical bioimpedance (TEB) in evaluation of hemodynamics in patients with congestive heart failure

Kollar J, Hijova E, Rozdobuckova V, Koprovicova J
Myocardial contractility and metabolic syndrome

Konvickova S, Valerianova D
Experimental measurements of the mechanical properties of arteries

Kullus R, Saks K
Hemodynamic changes in orthostasis in hypertensive patients depending on the hemodynamic type

Lietava J, Litmanen H, Dukat A
Diagnostic validity of contractility indices measured by thoracic electrical bioimpedance (TEB) in exercise test of cardiovascular patients

Lietava J, Lukac J, Vohnout B, Valent D, Celko J
Cardiovascular hemodynamics in cardiovascular patients and in healthy population during hyperthermal immersion

Liu ZK, DeQuattro V
Utilizing a noninvasive hemodynamic system for assessment and management of patients with hypertension

Saks K, Noodla S, Kullus R, Zemtsovski M, Pokk T, Ratassepp J
Two-year follow-up of myocardial function in patients with heart complaints after viral infection

Sramek BB, Hraska V
Normal values of hemodynamic and oxygen delivery parameters for neonatal and pediatric patients

Sramek BB, Nouzova K, Parizek A
Normal values of hemodynamic and TEB parameters in gravidas and nongravidas

Vohnout B, Dukat A, Kuka P, Lietava J
Circadian changes of hemodynamic variables in cardiovascular patients