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Researcher: Saito, M (Dr Makoto Saito)

Fields of Research

Cardiology (incl. Cardiovascular Diseases)

Research Objectives

Cardiovascular System and Diseases

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

Association of left ventricular strain with 30-Day mortality and readmission in patients with heart failure; Journal of the American Society of Echocardiography
Association of survival time with transthoracic echocardiography in stable patients with heart failure: Is routine follow-up ever appropriate?; International Journal of Cardiology
Dyssynchrony, contraction efficiency and regional function with apical and non-apical RV pacing; Heart
Echocardiographic screening for non-ischaemic stage B heart failure in the community; European Journal of Heart Failure
Effect of right ventricular pacing on right ventricular mechanics and tricuspid regurgitation in patients with high-grade atrioventricular block and sinus rhythm (from the Protection of Left Ventricular Function During Right Ventricular Pacing Study); American Journal of Cardiology
Improvement in strain concordance between two major vendors after the Strain Standardization Initiative; Journal of the American Society of Echocardiography
Incremental value of left atrial structural and functional characteristics for prediction of atrial fibrillation in patients receiving cardiac pacing; Circulation: Cardiovascular Imaging
Mechanics and prognostic value of left and right ventricular dysfunction in patients with systemic sclerosis; European Heart Journal Cardiovascular Imaging
Meta-analysis of risks for short-term readmission in patients with heart failure; American Journal of Cardiology
Mild cognitive impairment predicts death and readmission within 30 days of discharge for heart failure; International Journal of Cardiology
Prognostic Implications of LV Strain Risk Score in Asymptomatic Patients With Hypertensive Heart Disease; JACC: Cardiovascular Imaging
Roles of nonclinical and clinical data in prediction of 30-day rehospitalization or death among heart failure patients; Journal of Cardiac Failure

Research Projects

Research Candidate Supervision