\n @INPROCEEDINGS{Saporito2016b,
\n author = {Saporito, S. AND Herold, AND Dovancescu, S. AND den Boer, J. AND Aarts, R.M. AND Bouwman, A. AND van den Bosch, H. AND Korsten, H. AND van Assen, H.C. AND Mischi, M.},
\n title = {Sensitivity of cardiac magnetic resonance imaging to fluid shifts induced by an external leg compression device},
\n abstract = {The assessment of thoracic flfluid status is crucial for diagnosis, management, stratifification, and follow-up of heart failure patients. Indicator dilution theoretical framework allows absolute volume estimation; magnetic resonance contrast agents have been proposed as indicators, with the advantage of a non-invasive detection. In this pilot study, we investigated the changes in intra-thoracic blod volume (ITBV) measured by cardiac magnetic resonance during fluid shifts induced by a pneumatic leg compression device. Preliminary results on 8 healthy volunteers suggest the sensitivity of the proposed measurement technique; a signifificant increase in ITBV after the leg compression was observed.},
\n keywords = {},
\n pages = {1-3},
\n bookTitle = {International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine},
\n year = {2016},
month = {May}