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something, as a machine, devised for a particular function

something invented

an element or a component in a decorative composition

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an instrumentality invented for a particular purpose

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00 per pound, the composites and thermoplastics utilized today become very attractive when analyzing our current, 800-pound metal LVAD cab.
Bioprosthetic valve replacement has the advantage of eliminating valve pathology altogether while not rendering the patient LVAD dependent.
Established predictors of LVAD postoperative outcome that could confound of LOS and DC disposition include the INTERMACS Profile, Model for End-Stage Liver Disease (MELD) score, serum albumin, number of postoperative days of impaired cognition and mechanical ventilation, and adverse events.
LVAD (Left Ventricular Assist Device) is a mechanical device that circulates blood throughout the body when the heart is too weak to pump blood on its own.
As for legal precedents, if there have been any cases regarding the removal of destination LVADs, there certainly have not been enough for the case law in this matter to be considered settled.
In 2005 he went on the critical transplant list and has been attached to the LVAD for longer than anyone in Europe.
It is clear that Ventracor is now considered a serious player in the LVAD business with a very strong competitive position.
Further study will help scientists learn how mechanical "unloading" with an LVAD restores cardiac function and may lead to new treatments for heart failure in the future.
Olsen is among a group of computer scientists, biomedical engineers, cardiac surgeons, mechanical engineers and other experts currently working to create the LVAD.
The HeartMate is a left ventricular assist device, or LVAD, which augments the function of the left ventricle, the heart's most critical pumping chamber.
The LVAD is part of the family of mechanical devices built to sustain the heart, either as a temporary support during surgery or as a complete substitute for its function.
para]]The Global Left Ventricular Assist Device Market (LVAD) Report of 55 pages talks about main LVAD industry players like Thoratec Corporation, Heartware International Inc.
Object of the contract includes the supply of 10 units of pumps for long-term LVAD hearts with accessories included in Package # 1 described in detail in Appendix 5
For some therapies, especially heart transplant and LVAD, timing is everything.
The LVAD used in this study, the VentrAssist, is termed a third-generation heart assist device.