postductal

post·duc·tal

(pōst-dŭk'tăl),
Relating to that part of the aorta distal to the aortic opening of the ductus arteriosus.

post·duc·tal

(pōst-dŭk'tăl)
Relating to that part of the aorta distal to the aortic opening of the ductus arteriosus.
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In the study, researchers from three obstetric departments in Mannheim, Germany, measured the postductal oxygen saturation of a total of 3,364 newborns between 6 and 36h of age over a year-long period.
Using Masimo technology, caregivers can measure both preductal and postductal saturation, which may help them detect PDA.
Granelli and Ostman-Smith conducted single pre- and postductal measurements of PI using the Masimo Radical SET Pulse Oximeter in a total of 10,000 healthy newborns (ranging in age from 1 hour to five days) and established PI reference values of healthy babies.