cardiopulmonary bypass


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cardiopulmonary bypass

n.
A procedure to circulate and oxygenate the blood while surgery is performed on the heart. It involves the diversion of blood from the heart and lungs through a heart-lung machine and the return of oxygenated blood to the aorta.
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KEYWORDS: Cardiopulmonary bypass, Coronary artery bypass grafting, Pulmonary complications, Valvular heart surgery.
Ranucci et al have described preoperative serum creatinine value, the presence of active endocarditis, the cardiopulmonary bypass duration, the lowest oxygen delivery during cardiopulmonary bypass, and the peak blood glucose level as independent risk factors associated with HL7.
A brief description: The purpose of this procurement is to buy one cardiopulmonary bypass machine, which allows the body to bypass the exercise of newborn infants to adults, and acquired equipment warranty period, after 4 years of service.
It also provides information about clinical trials in progress, which includes trial phase, trial status, trial start and end dates, and, the number of trials for the key Cardiopulmonary Bypass Equipment pipeline products.
Cardiac, anesthesiology, and other specialists from North America and Europe contribute 32 chapters on the principles and practice of cardiopulmonary bypass and mechanical support, including univentricular and biventricular assist devices, as well as forms of pulmonary support that involve blood-gas exchange outside the lungs.
Keywords: Air emboli, Aortic transection, Cardiopulmonary bypass, Micro emboli, Pulmonary artery.
The patients were posted for open heart surgery under cardiopulmonary bypass e.
Among their topics are the historical development of minimized cardiopulmonary bypass, the blood-surface interface in miniaturized extracorporeal circulation systems, myocardial preservation techniques for mini-bypass, valve surgery using minimized perfusion circuits, and comparing minimized circulation with off-pump coronary artery bypass grafting and conventional surgery.
At approximately A$120 the book represents quite good value as an introductory, easy-to-read and practical text for junior anaesthetists and trainees who would like a greater understanding of the practicalities of cardiopulmonary bypass.
The researchers identified the postoperative outcomes of 357 patients who underwent various cardiac surgery procedures with cardiopulmonary bypass at Johns Hopkins Hospital and compared them with the outcomes of 714 control patients matched by age range, gender, and type and year of surgery.
Because cardiopulmonary bypass during CABG also is associated with renal complications, the researchers studied whether perioperative intravenous administration of the agent would preserve renal function in patients at risk for kidney complications.

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