intracardiac


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in·tra·car·di·ac

 (ĭn′trə-kär′dē-ăk′)
adj.
Within the heart.

intracardiac

(ˌɪntrəˈkɑːdɪˌæk)
adj
(Anatomy) within the heart
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Intracardiac pressure data collected by the device was used by physicians to manage 134 patients.
Open intracardiac removal of retained pacing electrodes with or without use of cardiopulmonary bypass is a safe procedure without major complications.
This pattern of response differed from that described in previous reports of patients with ischemic cardiomyopathy treated with intracardiac injections of autologous stem cells, in whom angiogenesis seemed to be the main mechanism of action.
The cause revolves mostly around an intracardiac right-to-left shunt or intrapulmonary shunts.
If, for example, identification of an echogenic intracardiac focus is used as a basis for offering amniocentesis to pregnant women at low risk of carrying an affected fetus, two unaffected fetuses will be lost as a complication of amniocentesis for each correctly identified Down syndrome case," the researchers noted.
NYSE:STJ), a global medical device company, today announced the launch of its ViewMate[TM] Z Intracardiac Ultrasound System and ViewFlex[TM] Plus Intracardiac Echocardiography (ICE) Catheter.
Supply kits for closing abnormal intracardiac communication to defects such as: PFO, multiple ASD, ASD II and coronary stents and catheters leading to coronary angioplasty without zdostepu radial introducer.
Severe pulmonary vein stenosis occurred in 11 of 71 patients whose ostial isolation was guided by electroanatomic mapping, 4 of 25 who underwent circular isolation with distal ablation, 3 of 102 patients whose ablation procedure was guided by pulmonary vein angiography, and 2 of 140 in whom intracardiac echo (ICE) was used solely to guide ostial positioning of the circular catheter.
Contract notice: Supply kits for closing abnormal intracardiac communication to defects such as: pfo, multiple asd, asd ii and coronary stents and catheters leading to coronary angioplasty with radial access without the use of an introducer.
Their published Standard Operating Procedure manual specifies "an intracardiac injection should be done only if an animal is unconscious," with the procedure overall held by the shelter as a method of last resort.
Coronary angiography is recommended to most of the patients having intracardiac masses diagnosed by non-invasive methods.