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Droghetti and colleagues diagnosed an air emboli using single-photon emission tomography, (1) but they were unable to confirm the presence of a septal defect.
The WIRION system is approved for marketing in the US for the clinical indication of emboli protection during carotid artery catheterization procedures and in Israel (AMAR) and Europe (CE Mark) for widespread use in all cardiovascular catheterization procedures.
An autopsy series described cerebral fat emboli related to cardiac surgery.
The expanded FDA clearance, which includes the removal of fresh, soft thrombi or emboli during extracorporeal bypass, makes this a more powerful tool for physicians in the U.
Pulmonary tumor embolism syndrome can present in a variety of ways, ranging from acute hypoxia due to large proximal emboli to indolent pulmonary hypertension developing from lymphatic or microvascular invasion (14).
Emboli grubunda MDA duzeyleri saglikli grup ile karsatirildiginda anlamli olarak yuksek tespit edildi (p=0.
The team of doctors responsible for his care initially listed pulmonary emboli as a possible cause of Mr Lowden's symptoms.
Echogenic emboli upon tourniquet release during total knee arthroplasty: pulmonary hemodynamic changes and embolic composition.
Pickard-Cambridge 1872: 1) future inseminating opportunities for males who have broken emboli (male sterility hypothesis) and 2) the risk of sperm competition (mating plug hypothesis).
CALIFORNIA (drainage problems aside) is a great place to spend the holidays, but it was not an ideal Christmas for Lord Huntingdon, the Queen's former trainer and global bloodstock rambler, who spent the holiday week in hospital in San Diego recovering from an 11-hour surgery for pulmonary emboli.
The most common cardiac source of stroke is emboli, Dr.
has received FDA approval to market its PRECISE(R) RX Nitinol Self-Expanding Stent and ANGIOGUARD(R) RX Emboli Capture Guidewire System to treat clogged neck arteries.
Spontaneous cerebral emboli are significantly more common in people with Alzheimer's disease and vascular dementia, and may represent both a common pathophysiology and a potentially treatable cause of dementia.