Cardiopulmonary bypass machine

Cardiopulmonary bypass machine

A mechanical instrument that takes over the circulation of the body while heart surgery is taking place.
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Anaesthetizing the recipient in order to enable him to be placed on the cardiopulmonary bypass machine.
Contract notice: Provision of Buying a cardiopulmonary bypass machine.
Anesthesia was maintained on bypass using Fentanyl infusion and Sevoflurane vaporiser connected to the cardiopulmonary bypass machine.
Circuit assembly: The cardiopulmonary bypass machine used in our study was Sarns make 9000 model of year 2000 of USA.
3 million on sophisticated machines, including a cardiac imaging ultrasound machine, a cardiopulmonary bypass machine and a ventilator.
A cardiovascular surgeon and the perfusionist were available if needed and a cardiopulmonary bypass machine was primed and ready for possible use.
But the real question regarding these often-subtle neurocognitive deficits associated with use of the cardiopulmonary bypass machine is whether they persist long-term.
Purchased a non-invasive cardiac output monitor volume, automatic injectors for magnetic resonance imaging, ultrasound machine with sensors, ultrasonic diagnostic apparatus, the great steam sterilizer, modular cardiopulmonary bypass machine, ultrasound machine.
Kurlansky is participating in a multicenter study in which such measures are being compared in CABG performed either on or off the cardiopulmonary bypass machine.
Cardiac surgery involving use of a cardiopulmonary bypass machine, or CPB, requires that patients are anticoagulated prior to going on bypass, in order to avoid clot formation and other deleterious effects.
The Nairobi Hospital has acquired a new Heart-Lung Machine, called the Cardiopulmonary Bypass Machine (CBM).
Coronary artery bypass graft and related surgeries where a cardiopulmonary bypass machine, or CPB, is used require that patients are anticoagulated prior to going on bypass, in order to avoid clot formation.

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