cardioplegia


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Related to cardioplegia: cardiopulmonary bypass, antegrade cardioplegia, retrograde cardioplegia

cardioplegia

(ˌkɑːdɪəʊˈpliːdʒɪə)
n
(Medicine) med deliberate arrest of the action of the heart, as by hypothermia or the injection of chemicals, to enable complex heart surgery to be carried out
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Coram")) related to the outsourced provision of IV admixtures of Total Parenteral Nutrition, cardioplegia, renal replacement solutions, and IV drug therapies to hospital pharmacies from four locations.
Contract notice: Cannula acquisition p / administration of cardioplegia, aortic needle and connections.
Due to the prolonged existence of mass and continuance of the patient's complaints despite the maximal anticoagulant treatment (keeping INR 2-3), we decided to operate the patient with the techniques of standard cardiopulmonary bypass using moderate hypothermia and cardioplegia arrest.
The Vision CBP includes oxygenators, reservoirs, filters and Cardioplegia units, which are now considered mainstream components in transfusion-free surgeries specifically targeted to Jehovah's Witnesses who adhere to a biblical admonition against receiving blood.
With disposables at operating-table height, and providing monitoring, pumping, controlling, filtration, air handling, or cardioplegia functions as needed, the Performer CPB, when used with smaller biocompatible circuits like the Medtronic Resting Heart(R) System, offers a new approach to reducing morbidity of cardiac surgery.
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In our study 50 patients undergoing primary elective coronary artery bypass surgery for three vessel disease were randomized to one of two techniques of myocardial protection: (i) intermittent antegrade warm blood hyperkalemic cardioplegia or (ii) intermittent antegrade warm blood hyperkalemic cardioplegia supplemented with magnesium sulfate.
CardioTech manufactures cardiovascular tubing systems, arterial filters, oxygenators, cardioplegia systems, and oxygen saturation monitors.
FDA reported on September 16, 2005 to CAPS that specific formulations of cardioplegia solutions manufactured in CAPS Lanham, Maryland facility contained bacteria.
Contract Notice: Provision of 4:1 Cardioplegia Device with Integral Heat Exchanger and Bubble Trap.
Current revenue sources for CardioTech include patented medical grade polyurethanes for use in implantable medical devices, disposable devices manufactured on an OEM basis for certain Fortune 100 companies, cardiovascular tubing systems, arterial filters, oxygenators, cardioplegia delivery systems and oxygen saturation monitors.