mitral valve

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Synonyms for mitral valve

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We were delighted share the mounting clinical evidence that the Harpoon technology enables true minimally invasive mitral valve repair on the beating heart, avoiding cardiopulmonary bypass, cardiac arrest, and conventional open heart surgery," said Dr.
com) is developing a less invasive alternative to open heart surgical repair of the mitral valve.
Transesophageal echocardiography at 130[degrees] showing the cyst in the atrial aspect of the anterior mitral valve leaflet (see www.
While several organizations have focused on a transapical approach to replace the mitral valve, we are the only company to have realized transfemoral-transseptal human implants," Rob Michiels, CEO of CardiAQ Valve Technologies, said in a previous news release.
Obtaining an early feasibility IDE approval in the US represents a pivotal milestone in establishing Transcatheter Mitral Valve Implantation as the next- generation, less-invasive therapy for structural heart therapy because early participation of US investigative centers will fast-forward clinical understanding and adoption of CardiAQ's technology, added CEO Rob Michiels.
Kolkata: In a first of its kind surgery in the city, doctors at Eastern Railway's BR Singh Hospital have successfully replaced the Mitral valves of two patients without stopping their hearts.
An infant with severe mitral insufficiency and collapse of the left lung due to hammock mitral valve: emergency mitral valve replacement.
This case emphasises that early after mitral valve repair, SAM could be a cause of cardiogenic shock, especially when an anatomical predisposing factor like mild basal septal hypertrophy is combined with postoperative dobutamine, as pointed out by Auer et aP.
Complications due to cloth wear in cloth-covered Starr-Edwards aortic and mitral valve prostheses-and their management.
The band was identified as an aberrant mitral valve chord attached to the A2 segment of the AMVL and inserting at the fossa ovalis of the left sided atrial septum (Figure 2).
At this point, surgery for the mitral valve repair was required--the question remained whether there would need to be a bypass of any blocked coronary artery vessel.
The mitral valve, one of four heart valves, controls blood flow between the left atrium and left ventricle.
Crackles were heard on both sides of the chest, and a grade 4/6 pansystolic murmur was loudest over the mitral valve area.
PHILADELPHIA -- Surgical placement of the CorCap cardiac support device led to significant but modest improvements in heart failure patients who did not undergo concurrent mitral valve surgery.
It's usually about 100 over 60 to 70; it used to be lower, but I have mitral valve regurgitation.
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