intracardial

intracardial

(ˌɪntrəˈkɑːdɪəl)
adj
situated within, or injected into, the heart
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At day 14, blood samples were collected via intracardial puncture.
Rats were anesthetized with ketamine and xylazine and tissues were fixed by intracardial perfusion with 4% paraformaldehyde in 0.
Intracardial and extracardial aneurysms can be differentiated and smaller size aneurysm can be easily picked up on MRI.
After a one-week adaptation period, six laying hens with similar live weights from each replicate were killed by intracardial injection of sodium pentobarbitone.
2 cm CVRL, the spaces among the cardiac myocytes were invaded by mesenchymal cells that would differentiate into intracardial connective tissue.
To verify the effects of supraphysiological doses of Cr loading and maintenance supplementation periods, six animals in each group were euthanized by an intracardial injection of pentobarbital sodium at the end of 1, 4, and 8 weeks.
The coordination of a single heart action as well as the frequency with which these actions follow each other are primarily controlled by an intracardial electrochemical excitation and transmission system.
Intracardial applied shocks with rather low energy are probably more damaging than transthoracic shocks with high energy (10).
Intracardial implants for monitoring CHF are also in development.
Blood samples were taken by cardiac puncture for RBC (erythrocyte) and plasma preparation and then rats were euthanized by the intracardial injection of formalin (10 ml).