As strange as it sounds, normal values vary by echo lab. If the lab that did your echo provided you with values, you should use those. The other thing I would caution you about is that it is difficult to know what these numbers actually mean. It is easy to get upset about a value that is not clincally significant is outside the normal range.
SD = standard deviation.
SD means that 95% of normal populations has values in this range, but it is still possible to have normal values slightly outside the range depending on clinic cirucmstances.
value SD value SD
LV diastolic dimension: 50.8 3.6 70.9 7.5
LV systolic dimension 35.9 3.4 28.9 2.8
LV wall thickness 18.1 2 15.5 1.5
LA dimension 37.5 3.6 33.1 3.2
these numbers on are in mm
These values are from The Echo Manual by Jae K Oh from the Mayo Clinic.
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