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open-heart

[ˈəʊpnˌhɑːt] adj open-heart surgeryintervento m (chirurgico) a cuore aperto inv
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Recently published study links risk of infection through aerosolized bacteria to heater-cooler devices used during open-heart surgery
Medtronic plc, today announced that its Melody Transcatheter Pulmonary Valve (TPV) received Pre-Market Approval (PMA) from the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) based on strong clinical evidence from three clinical studies demonstrating the valve's effectiveness in delaying open-heart reoperation.
13,752 cardiac surgeries were performed at the medical institutions of the country for three months of the year, including 2558 open-heart surgeries, the report says.
Summary: Surgeons from the UAE and Egypt conducted open-heart surgeries on the needy people in sisterly and friendly countries under the global humanitarian campaign to alleviate the suffering of the patients in the framework of the Emirati-Egyptian programme.
ABABY girl from Tyneside who underwent open-heart surgery at just 30 minutes old has been allowed home for the first time to celebrate Christmas.
The FDA approved the first artificial heart valve that can replace an aortic heart valve damaged by senile aortic valve stenosis without open-heart surgery.
Food and Drug Administration on Wednesday approved the first catheter-based aortic heart valve replacement without the need for open-heart surgery in the U.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the first artificial heart valve that can replace an aortic heart valve damaged by senile aortic valve stenosis without open-heart surgery.
Washington, June 25 (ANI): Heart valve replacement without open-heart surgery could offer a new option for patients with aortic stenosis who are at high-risk or are considered inoperable, according to a new research.
An 18-member Medical Team, comprising doctors and para-medical staff is currently visiting Yemen to conduct open-heart surgeries and catheterizations and undertake diagnostic and therapeutic treatments of Adults and children at the Cardiac Center of "Al-Thawrah" General Hospital in the Yemeni capital.
That's when Padgett heard the rest of the story from other employees in the store -- how they were trying to help Culley, who works as an assistant manager at Lowe's, raise money for the open-heart surgery Nakota is going to need to live.
The new technique using a catheter is far quicker and less traumatic than open-heart surgery and can cut the patient's recovery time in half.