bioprosthesis


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bioprosthesis

n (pl -ses) bioprótesis f
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Contract notice: transcatheter percutaneous valvular bioprosthesis for self-expanding transfemoral and apical approach
Vascular Bioprosthesis (LeMaitre[R] Vascular ProCol[R])
Intriguingly, not only did his symptoms improve rapidly, but his Phase I and II IgG levels fell dramatically after bioprosthesis replacement, suggesting that high levels of IgG may be associated with C.
In conjunction, Neovasc has received a license to the purchased assets and access to the sold facilities to allow it to continue its tissue and valve assembly activities for its remaining customers, and continue its own tissue-related programs, including advancing its mitral bioprosthesis valve Tiara through its clinical and regulatory pathways.
17) applied HAM as a bioprosthesis to repair rectovaginal fistula in dogs, better surgical and histological outcomes were obtained.
s (NYSE: CRY) ProCol Vascular Bioprosthesis distribution rights and purchase option and has exercised that option to acquire ProCol from Hancock Jaffe Laboratories Inc.
More recently, a transcatheter bioprosthesis has been developed, which can be implanted via a catheter at the aortic valve position.
1999) the effects of mesh bioprosthesis on the spermatic cord structures: a preliminary report in a canine model.
Schreck was responsible for the development of surgical heart valve repair and replacement products including annuloplasty rings, and aortic and mitral bioprosthesis at Edwards Lifesciences before and after the spinoff from Baxter Healthcare.
The subsequent Sapien Aortic Bioprosthesis European Outcome (SOURCE) Registry assessed results of the use of the Edwards Sapien valve in consecutive patients in Europe, with procedural success rates as high as 93.
Stentless full root bioprosthesis in surgery for complex aortic valve-ascending aortic disease: a single center experience of over 300 patients.