bioprosthetic


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bioprosthetic

adjective Referring to a bioprosthesis or bioprosthetic material.
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035 inch, 260 cm long J-tipped wire was placed into the left pulmonary artery, which allowed a 25 mm X 4 cm Z-Med II Balloon (Braun Interventional Systems, Bethlehem, PA) to be placed across the bioprosthetic tricuspid valve.
If repair is not feasible owing to extensive valve destruction, valve replacement with a bioprosthetic valve should be undertaken.
The patient underwent 23 mm St Jude Trifecta (St Jude Medical, Inc, St Paul, USA) bioprosthetic aortic valve replacement and triple coronary artery bypass grafting (left internal mammary artery to left anterior descending artery, saphenous vein grafts to first marginal circumflex artery and right posterior descending artery).
Some subjects explored include English-Chinese machine translation, localization issues in underwater senor networks, and geometric and material nonlinear analysis of a bioprosthetic heart valve.
Examination of the extracted bioprosthetic valve revealed devitalized porcine valve with rare mononuclear cells on the surface of the leaflets (Figure 1, A and B).
The Carpentier-Edwards PERIMOUNT Magna Mitral Ease heart valve is a pericardial tissue-based bioprosthetic device for patients requiring replacement of diseased mitral heart valves.
His interest in the cardiovascular field began in graduate school when he conducted research on bioprosthetic heart valves made from pig tissue.
He had a previous history of hypertension, coronary artery bypass surgery and bioprosthetic aortic valve replacement in 1999.
Minneapolis, MN, announced it has received a Humanitarian Device Exemption (HDE) from the FDA to market a bioprosthetic valved conduit to correct congenital defects of the right side of the heart in children.
Developed to replace damaged and diseased heart valves, the AorTech valves are designed to overcome the clinical problems associated with both mechanical and bioprosthetic (tissue) valves.
The laser-light technique allows for a broad spectrum of applications, including investigating basic heart-mechanics, vascular related diseases, and various bioprosthetic heart valve BHV issues.