cardiac arrest

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Synonyms for cardiac arrest

absence of systole

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This case demonstrates that TCD monitoring might be a useful clinical tool during operations where potential cerebral malperfusion can occur, such as complex aortic arch surgery involving circulatory arrest and selective antegrade brain perfusion.
Aortic arch replacement can be performed without circulatory arrest.
Developmental and neurologic status of children after heart surgery with hypothermic circulatory arrest or lowflow cardiopulmonary bypass.
Here's how it works: A patient experiencing sudden circulatory arrest due to ventricular fibrillation or other causes typically has a 20-to 30-second prodromal period prior to loss of consciousness.
Duke University Medical Center PPAR gamma as a novel therapeutic target in perioperative cerebral injury following deep hypothermic circulatory arrest
The technique of deep hypothermic circulatory arrest (DHCA) is used in order to repair these congenital cardiac defects by providing a bloodless surgical field, which may facilitate completion of the best physiologic repair, and decrease the duration of blood exposure to the bypass circuit.
Due to an unclampable aorta, aortic no-touch techniques, such as in situ arterial grafting without cardiopulmonary bypass (off-pump CABG), apicoaortic conduit, endoaortic balloon or Foley catheter occlusion, and aortic valve replacement under profound hypothermic circulatory arrest are different surgical options.
9) Clamping time, min 32 (2) 29 (5) Circulatory arrest time, min 39 (4) 41 (3) NICU stay, days 8.
In the report DuBois said that controlled DCDD raises issues regarding the withdrawal of ventilation, determination of the length of waiting time following circulatory arrest, and the use of heparin.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Therapeutic hypothermia after cardiac arrest appears to be of particular benefit in patients with ventricular fibrillation and those with a short duration of circulatory arrest, according to a poster presented by Dr.
Among many innovations by its medical staff, Barrow surgeons and scientists helped pioneer the hypothermic circulatory arrest, a surgery now used worldwide in treating complex aneurysms.
These repeated short episodes of circulatory arrest with global cerebral ischemia have been associated with changes in cerebral oxygen uptake and cerebral electrical activity.
During low-flow CPB, blood flow to the brain is reduced to 10 percent of normal, as opposed to deep hypothermic circulatory arrest (DHCA), in which blood flow is completely stopped.
S100[beta] release in hypothermic circulatory arrest and coronary artery surgery.