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heparinize

 [hep´ah-rĭ-nīz″]
to treat with heparin.

hep·a·rin·ize

(hep'ă-rin-īz),
To perform therapeutic administration of heparin.

heparinize

/hep·a·ri·nize/ (hep´ah-rin-īz″) to render blood incoagulable with heparin.

heparinize

verb To manage a Pt long-term with heparin, see there.

hep·a·rin·ize

(hep'ăr-in-īz)
To perform therapeutic administration of heparin.

hep·a·rin·ize

(hep'ăr-in-īz)
To perform therapeutic administration of heparin.

heparinize

to treat with heparin.
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All patients were dialysed within the transplant unit using regional heparinisation.
Conventional open surgery carried a high mortality rate with the need for a left thoracotomy, aortic clamping, and heparinisation with extracorporeal bypass in a patient with multi-system injury, including head and abdominal trauma and associated long bone fractures.
The remainder of the post bypass management is similar to other cardiac procedures: maintenance of adequate hemodynamics, reversal of heparinisation, administration of blood products as indicated and preparation for transfer to the intensive care unit.
These recommendations are mainly based on the fact that several early trials have demonstrated that thrombolytic therapy is more effective than heparinisation in restoring haemodynamic stability and decreasing clot exposure (12-14).
Regional heparinisation was used with simultaneous infusions of protamine sulphate and heparin.
This review included advice for patients with TAVI who present for non-cardiac surgery, stating that antiplatelet drugs could be stopped and that full heparinisation was not needed in such cases.
This lack of movement for three five hour sessions per week promotes the effects of immobility--for example muscle wasting, and deep venous thrombosis (mainly prevented during dialysis due to heparinisation during therapy), and limited lung expansion (Krasnoff and Painter 1999).
Immediately following heparinisation he developed a rapidly taut abdomen and increasingly negative venous cannula pressures with a rising lactic acidosis.
After systemic heparinisation with 3 mg/kg of heparin, standard aorto-caval cannulation was performed.
Pulmonary embolism is very rarely reported early after cardiac surgery, most probably due to full heparinisation during cardiopulmonary bypass.

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