Eva Nylander's research deals with the adaptation of cardiac function, normally as a consequence of athletic training, and in disease states as valvular or heart muscle diseases. In several studies, the heart function is studied not only at rest but also during exercise, which may provoke subtle abnormalities that are not apparent at rest.
Normal heart function and it's adaptation to enducance training.
Evaluation of exercise test modalities.
Arrythmogenic right ventricular cardiomyopathy. Early detection and longitudional follow-up.
Heart valve desease and effetcs of valce surgery on ventricular function.
Name: Eva Nylander
Position: Professor of Clinical Physiology
Department: Department of Medical and Health Sciences
Division: Cardiovascular Medicine
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Division of Cardiovascular Medicine
Department of Medical and Health Sciences
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Last updated: 2013-12-18