cardiac catheterization

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cardiac catheterization

A method of examining or treating conditions of the heart and the arteries by the insertion of a catheter.
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The Closer S System, a device that looks more like a syringe than a sewing machine, makes only one stitch, but that is enough to greatly reduce the trauma for patients who undergo heart catheterization.
Two tenders for the supply of (a) requisites for brain catheterization and (b) requisites for heart catheterization, both required for all subordinated H.
It's extremely unlikely that the contrast dye, used to take pictures during an angiogram or heart catheterization, directly led to your gout.
5-3 m/sec were triaged to right heart catheterization if they also had a history of unexplained dyspnea.
Two tenders for the supply of (a) consumables for heart & chest surgery, (b) heart catheterization supports.
A heart catheterization is often the next step to check for arterial narrowings or blockages.
Eight tenders for the supply of (a) general purpose & anesthetic requisites, (b) urology requisites, (c) heart & chest surgery requisites, (d) Nose & Ear requisites, (e) general surgery requisites and surgical suture, (f) ophthalmic medicine & surgery requisites, (g) heart catheterization requisites & (h) Kidney requisites.
Four tenders for the supply of (a) sterilizing requisites, (b) surgical sutures, (c) heart catheterization requisites, also (d) kidney solutions, intravenous solutions and human albumin.
Hemodynamic monitoring via right heart catheterization during surgery does not reduce perioperative complications and may even increase them, reported Dr.