bioprosthetic


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Related to bioprosthetic: bioprosthetic valve
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bioprosthetic

adj bioprostésico
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15] created an international multicenter registry involving 248 patients to evaluate the outcomes of TMVR in patients with failed mitral bioprosthetic valves and annuloplasty rings, and the results showed that overall technical and device success rates were 92.
Tenders are invited for tender for the supply of rapid deployment aortic bioprosthetic valve.
In these cases, the valves are replaced by mechanical valves or, in many cases, by bioprosthetic valves made of pig or cow tissue.
During the procedure, a bioprosthetic valve is implanted through a catheter which is usually inserted via small incision in the femoral artery at the groin area.
Since then, Jones has placed more than 1,700 mechanical valves and 1,000 bioprosthetic valves, been the principal investigator or sub-investigator in 15 grant-funded research studies, and an author in 50 other studies.
When repair is not an option, the valve might be replaced with either a mechanical or bioprosthetic valve.
In patients with absent pulmonary valve, pulmonary arteries reduction plasty were done along with pulmonary valve placement by inserting bioprosthetic valve of appropriate size.
With the introduction of bioprosthetic mesh, additional criteria for the ideal prosthetic have been proposed.
In the US, the company's SAPIEN 3 valve is the first transcatheter heart valve approved for the treatment of both aortic and mitral patients who are at high risk for a subsequent open-heart surgery to replace their bioprosthetic valve.
This is a 79-year-old man with history of hyperlipidemia, hypertension and smoking with diffuse 3 vessel coronary artery disease and moderate to severe aortic stenosis who underwent aortic valve replacement (AVR) with a #21 bovine bioprosthetic valve and three vessel coronary artery bypass grafts at an outside hospital (OSH).
His past medical history was significant for coronary artery disease, bioprosthetic aortic valve replacement, chronic liver disease secondary to hepatitis C, and IV drug use on remission.
0) are considered sufficient for patients treated for bioprosthetic valve replacement and venous thromboembolism.