cardiac valve

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Synonyms for cardiac valve

a valve to control one-way flow of blood

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Frequency of involvement of the various values and comparison of echocardiographic features of right-and left-sided cardiac valve endocarditis.
Market size for Cardiovascular Prosthetic Devices market segment - Cardiac Valve Repairs (Mitral Valve Annuloplasty Rings).
Venus Medtech's goal is to be a worldwide transcatheter heart valve company and last month announced an investment of USD 37m from Goldman Sachs to support R/D and marketing activities for Venus Medtech's cardiac valve products.
To our knowledge, this association of cardiac valve surgery and fat embolism is unique to our case and four other case reports.
Until invention of a caged ball valve prosthesis, rheumatic cardiac valve failure had been a deadly disease with death rate of 12/100.
A team of specialists from the Heart Hospital, including technicians and anaesthetists, on October 15 performed two different surgeries making use of the new Transcatheter Aoritc Valve Implantation System (TAVI) technique to replace the cardiac valve in two patients, a 75-year-old Qatari woman and a 61-year-old Pakistani male.
This paper analyzes the variance in costs, payments, and hospital contribution margins for 1,858 Medicare and privately insured patients undergoing one major surgical procedure, cardiac valve replacement surgery.
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It will affect people waiting for heart bypass and cardiac valve surgery and letters have already been sent to GPs.
They examined neurologic complications related to cardiac catheterization exams, balloon angioplasties, ablation therapies for heart rhythm disorders, heart bypass surgeries, thoracic aortic surgeries, surgeries for congenital heart disease, cardiac valve surgeries, heart transplants, surgeries for heart tumors and procedures to close a hole in the heart called a patent foramen ovale.
Edwards Lifesciences Corp's (Irvine CA) cardiac valve implanted without open-heart surgery prevented 45% more deaths after a year than standard treatment, a study found.
The ailing 77-year-old Hollywood icon said on her Twitter web page that doctors were preparing to repair a leaking cardiac valve.
These tests were followed by a number of animal experiments to investigate biocompatibility, deposits and blood turbulence in the mechanical cardiac valve.
In an analysis of more than 1,300 patients undergoing cardiac valve surgery, excluding those patients undergoing concomitant coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) surgery and those who had suffered heart attacks, researchers found that patients who had been treated with statins had a mortality rate of 0.
Rasmussen's prospective observational study included 144 patients with Parkinson's disease, of whom 40 had a diagnosis of cardiac valve disease or pulmonary hypertension confirmed by echocardiogram at the beginning of the study.