IM-Integrative Medicine uses a single device for measuring hemodynamic myocardial parameters associated with a reading of standard electrical stimulus of the myocardium. This measurement is during all ten cardiac cycles. In a few minutes the technique allows for large amounts of data, describing the status and conditions of the cardiovascular system.
From our research results, we have concluded that it would be more appropriate to be able to measure and analyse the electrical stimulus, whilst also measuring the mechanical vibrations of blood flow, as there have proven to be similarities between them.
SV (ml) – Volume of blood ejected;
MV (I) – Volume of blood ejected per minute;
PV1 (ml) – Volume of blood entering the left ventricle during the premature diastole phase, characterizing the suction function of the left ventricle;
PV2 (ml) – The volume of blood entering the left ventricle during the arterial systole phase, characterizing the contraction function of the atrium;
PV3 (ml) – The volume of blood ejected by the left ventricle during the fast ejection phase;
PV4 (ml) – The volume of blood ejected by the left ventricle during the slow ejection phase;
PV5 (ml) – The blood volume pumped by the ascending aorta as a peristaltic pump, characterizing the real tone of the aorta.