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Can anyone outhere awnser this question because I cannot find it and Im googled to death. I recently had a heart cath and an LVEDP of 14mmhg . My cardiologist said that was a little high. Can anyone tell me what the normal valued are ? Thanks
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Normally the value should be less than 12mm, and it is a measurement of the left ventricular diastolic (filling phase) pressure. The significance, if high, it suggests that your heart is not emptying itself of enough blood during systole (pumping cycle) or that your heart can't relax well.  If a medical problem the symptoms would be shortness of breath with little exertion and fatigue.  I don't believe a value of 12mm would be a problem for low cardiac output.  The low CO is what causes the symptoms.
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