cardiac valve


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Synonyms for cardiac valve

a valve to control one-way flow of blood

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Global Cardiac Valve Market Report Split Into Several Key Regions, With Sales, Revenue, And Market Share And Growth Rate.
Generally, dermatan sulphate deposition in the MPS syndromes results cardiac valve problems.
Frequency of involvement of the various values and comparison of echocardiographic features of right-and left-sided cardiac valve endocarditis.
But the surgical treatment of a primary cardiac valve tumour is not possible in every hospital, as it requires a specialised cardiac surgery department.
* Market size for Cardiovascular Prosthetic Devices market segment - Cardiac Valve Repairs (Mitral Valve Annuloplasty Rings).
Various cardiovascular surgeries include percutaneous coronary interventions (Angioplasty), open heart surgery, cardiac valve procedures, heart transplant, coronary artery bypass graft surgery (CABG) and other minimally invasive surgical procedures all of which ultimately utilize surgical needles.
Incidence, imaging analysis, and early and late outcomes of stroke after cardiac valve operation.
Our preliminary experience of micro-TEE in cardiac valve operations adds to the evidence of effectiveness and safety with intraoperative micro-TEE in small infants.
(2) The etiology of the fat macroemboli is most likely related to surgical incision around the cardiac valve near epicardial and/or pericardial fat.
In 24 chapters, anesthesiologists and cardiologists from the US explain the principles of ultrasound and Doppler ultrasound; transducers and instrumentation; equipment, infection control, and safety; quantitative M-mode and 2D echocardiography; quantitative Doppler; Doppler profiles and assessment of diastolic function; cardiac, pericardium and extra-cardiac, and cardiac valve anatomy and pathology; intra-cardiac masses and devices; left ventricular and segmental left ventricular systolic function; the 17 segment model; assessment of perioperative events and problems; congenital heart disease; artifacts and pitfalls; related diagnostic modalities; the structured TEE examination; and sonographic formulas.
The first successful cardiac valve operation was performed in 1912 by Tuffier [3] and the first successful mitral valve (MV) operation in 1923 by Cutler and Levine [4].
Until invention of a caged ball valve prosthesis, rheumatic cardiac valve failure had been a deadly disease with death rate of 12/100.000 in 1958.
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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