transfemoral

transfemoral

/trans·fem·o·ral/ (-fem´or-al)
1. across or through the femur.
2. through the femoral artery.
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Contract notice: transcatheter percutaneous valvular bioprosthesis for self-expanding transfemoral and apical approach
All patients in the study were treated via the transfemoral access route with the majority under conscious sedation.
D-dimer testing in the diagnosis of transfemoral pseudoaneurysm after percutaneous transluminal procedures.
Seven categories were defined on the basis of the CCI codes: hip and pelvis, transfemoral, knee disarticulation, transtibial, ankle, foot, and toes.
4 Percutaneous coronary intervention can be carried out via transfemoral or transradial approach.
Radial access such as band based products provides faster mobility to patients as the incision is smaller and the chances of infection at the site is much lower in radial access as compared to transfemoral access.
Abstract: This clinical report describes the use of stifle disarticulation in 2 avian patients as an alternative to transfemoral limb amputation.
He had a left transfemoral amputation due to critical limb ischemia (CLI).
Medical personnel implant transcatheter heart valves through the transfemoral approach (via the femoral artery) and transapical approach (via a small chest incision).
Diseno conceptual de una protesis para amputacion transfemoral (trabajo de grado).
Studies of functional performance incorporating activities of daily living (ADLs) in persons with transfemoral amputation (TFA) are limited.
coramaze stands out in the highly competitive TMVRep environment with a device design that allows not only a minimally invasive, but truly transfemoral implantation and atraumatic anchoring said Laura Figulla, CEO and co- founder of coramaze.