coronary sinus


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Related to coronary sinus: aortic sinus, Fossa ovalis, unroofed coronary sinus
  • noun

Synonyms for coronary sinus

a short sinus receiving most of the veins of the heart

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The PICSO Impulse Catheter is inserted in a standard manner via the femoral vein and placed in the coronary sinus using a steerable guide sheath.
Our goal was to characterize the BNP forms present in explanted human heart tissue and matching plasma in patients with end-stage heart failure and also characterize the newly secreted forms of BNP in coronary sinus plasma in patients with preserved left ventricular systolic function undergoing cardiac catheterization.
July 27, 2015 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- A new clinical trial to test how a high dose of stem cells delivered via a method called "retrograde coronary sinus infusion" affects end stage heart failure patients is showing promising results.
Coronary sinus blood was collected pre-cardiopulmonary bypass and then at five and 15 minutes following aortic cross-clamp removal.
Anomalous location of ostium in the appropriate coronary sinus 3.
Venous phase axial images through the lower chest demonstrated a filling defect in the coronary sinus (Fig.
Myocardial lactate production was calculated as the coronary sinus lactate concentration minus the arterial lactate concentration.
saturation of venous blood at two positions of a probe with curved geometry to achieve that in the Vena Cava (where all the returning blood of the body except of the heart flows) and in the Coronary Sinus (where the returned blood of the heart flows).
In plasma from the inferior caval vein, the proCNP concentration was marginally higher than in plasma from the coronary sinus [median (range), 7.
Transthoracic and transesophageal ECGs demonstrated a dilated right ventricle and atrium, right ventricular concentric hypertrophy, and a persisting left superior vena cava, which drained into the dilated coronary sinus (Fig 1).
It provides biventricular pacing via two ventricular leads and one coronary sinus lead.
Impact of coronary sinus lead position on biventricular pacing: mortality and echocardiographic evaluation during long-term follow-up.
Ectopic origin of the RCA from the noncoronary sinus, left coronary sinus, and PT also occur, though less frequently.
The trial is intended to evaluate the safety and clinical effect of Harvest's BMAC autologous cell composition to treat patients with Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) when using a minimally invasive retrograde coronary sinus delivery.