Deans

Name:You-Bin Deng

Professor and Dean of Department of Medical Ultrasound, Tongji Hospital;
Vice-Chairman, Society of Echocardiography of Chinese Medical Ultrasound and Engineering Association;
Member of Standing Committee of Chinese Medical Association.

Educational Background

1978.10-1983.7  Bachelor’s Degree of Medicine, Tongji Medical University;
1983.9-1986.7    Master Degree of Medicine, Institute of Cardiovascular Disease of Tongji Medical University;
1993.8-1998.4    Ph.D., Kanazawa Medical University, Japan.

Research

Cardiovascular ultrasound.

Key Projects Involved

1. Measurement of stenotic mitral valve orifice area by color Doppler flow convergence method.  Supported by a grant from the Ministry of Education from January 1994 to June 6 1995;
2. Measurement of mitral valve orifice area and regurgitant volume by color Doppler flow convergence method.  Supported by a grant from the Science Foundation of Hubei Province from January 1994 to December 1995;
3. Evaluation of vascular endothelial function using ultrasound diagnosis in patients with primary hypertension. Supported by a grant from the Fukuda, Japan from May 1997 to June 1998;
4. Evaluation of the coronary endothelial function with echocardiography. Supported by a grant from the Ministry of Education from June 1999 to June 2001(grant number: 1999363);
5. Effect of pressure on intracardiac backscatter from microbubbles and correlative influencing factors.  Supported from a grant from National Science Foundation of China from January 2000 to December 2002 (grant number: 39970308);
6. Mechanism of echocardiography for evaluation of the coronary endothelial function. Supported from a grant from National Science Foundation of China from January 2003 to December 2005 (grant number: 30270560);
7. The relationship between contrast-enhanced echo intensity and neovessel density in atherosclerosis plaques and correlative influencing factors. Supported from a grant from National Science Foundation of China from January 2011 to December 2013 (grant number: 81071162).

Publication

Main published books and articles:
1. The guidelines for clinical ultrasound diagnosis. Second edition. Editor-in-Chief. 2005, Science Publication.
2. Chinese ultrasound diagnosis.  Second edition.  Editor-in-Chief.  2011, People’s Health Publications.
3. Xiong L, Deng YB(Corresponding author)et al.  Correlation of Carotid Plaque Neovascularization Detected by Using Contrast-enhanced US with Clinical Symptoms.  Radiology 2009;251:583-589.
4. Liu YN, Deng YB(Corresponding author)et al. Rapid and accurate quantification of right ventricular volume and stroke volume by real-time 3-dimensional triplane echocardiography. Clinical Cardiology 2008; 31(8):378-382.
5. Deng YB, et al.  Impaired endothelial function in the brachial artery after Kawasaki disease and the effects of intravenous administration of vitamin C.  Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal 2003;22:34-9.
6. Deng YB, et al. Angiotensin receptor losartan improves endothelial function of epicardial coronary arteries in patients with essential hypertension.  Clinical Cardiology  2002;25:422-428.
7. Deng YB, et al. A new Noninvasive Method for Evaluation of Coronary Endothelial Function in Hypertensive Patients Based on Change in Diameter of the Left Main Coronary Artery Induced by Cold Pressor Test Using Echocardiography. Clinical Cardiology 2001;24:291-296.
8. Deng YB, et al.  Evaluation of endothelial function in hypertensive elderly patients by high-resolution ultrasonography.  Clinical Cardiology 1999;22:705-710.
9. Deng YB, et al.  Determination of mitral valve area in patients with mitral stenosis by the flow-convergence-region method during changing hemodynamic conditions.  American Heart Journal 1996;13: 633-641.
10. Deng YB, et al.  Estimation of mitral valve area in patients with mitral stenosis by the flow convergence region method: selection of aliasing velocity.  Journal of the American College of Cardiology  1994;24:683-689.
11. Deng YB, et al. Determination of the most appropriate velocity threshold for applying hemispherical flow convergence equations to calculate flow rate: selected according to the transorifice pressure gradient. digital computer analysis of the Doppler color flow convergence region. Circulation 1993;88:1699-1708.