paravalvular

par·a·val·vu·lar

(par'ă-val'vyū-lăr),
Adjacent to or in the vicinity of a valve.

paravalvular

(par″ă-val′vyŭ-lăr) [ para- + valvular]
Surrounding or adjacent to a heart valve.
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Echocardiography showed minimal anterior paravalvular leaks.
6% rate of moderate paravalvular leak among patients and zero incidents of severe paravalvular leak.
Patients with a clinical diagnosis of IE had undergone transthoracic echocardiography (TTE) to diagnose echocardiographic evidence of infection namely vegetations, paravalvular extension, prosthetic valve dehiscence, check haemodynamic compromise based on valvular dysfunction, ventricular dimensions and ventricular ejection fraction.
Perceval provided safe clinical and hemodynamic outcomes, and showed a statistically significant reduction in paravalvular leakage and early mortality.
The Lotus Valve Adaptive Seal creates an external seal to prevent leakage known as paravalvular leak or PVL, a proven predictor of mortality (1,3)
Transthoracic echocardiogram showed paravalvular leaks around the bioprosthetic aortic valve with moderate to severe aortic insufficiency (AI), a dilated left ventricle (LV) and additional blood flow originating at the level of the aortic valve communicating with the right atrium (RA).
Postoperative Transthoracic Echoecardiography (TTE) or Trans Esophageal Echocardioraphy (TEE) were performed to exclude the possibility of recurrent vegetations or paravalvular leaks.
However, paravalvular complications and associated late complications were higher in TAVR group.
aureus, or Community-acquired enterococci, in the absence of a primary focus, or Micro-organisms consistent with IE from persistently positive blood cultures defined as follows: > 2 positive blood cultures of blood samples drawn >12 hours apart, or All of 3 or a majority of > 4 separate blood cultures (with first and last sample drawn > 1 hour apart), or Single positive blood culture for Coxiella burnetti or IgG titre > 1:800 Imaging positive for IE Echocardiogram positive for IE Vegetation, or Abscess, pseudoaneurysm, intracardiac fistula, or Valvular perforation or aneurysm, or New partial dehiscence of prosthetic valve Definite paravalvular lesions on cardiac CT Abnormal activity around the site of prosthetic valve implantation detected by [sup.
Se le hizo ecocardiografia transesofagica, en la que se evidencio valvula aortica bicuspide (figura 4 panel A) con lesion vegetante, movil, en la valva anterior, con extension a la luz aortica en sistole y regurgitacion a la cavidad ventricular izquierda en diastole (figura 4 panel A), acompanada de lesion sacular paravalvular, con comunicacion a la luz aortica, correspondiente a la formacion de pseudoaneurisma (panel B).
For example, the new valves contain a different outer material that is designed to better reduce paravalvular leakage.
CardiAQ's second generation TMVI products are built upon the company's proprietary method for anchoring the implant through leaflet engagement, chordal preservation, and annular attachment, while offering greater durability, improved flow properties, and a novel feature for the prevention of paravalvular leaks, said Arshad Quadri, MD, Cardiac Surgeon, Founder, and CMO.