transfemoral

transfemoral

/trans·fem·o·ral/ (-fem´or-al)
1. across or through the femur.
2. through the femoral artery.
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15, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Edwards Lifesciences Corporation (NYSE: EW), the global leader in the science of heart valves and hemodynamic monitoring, today announced that high-risk patients who received the advanced Edwards SAPIEN 3 transcatheter aortic valve via transfemoral delivery had a one-year survival rate of 89.
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.
Mitral Reconstruction System (Cardioband), a proprietary, implantable mitral reconstruction device with a transfemoral, transseptal delivery system for mitral valve repair.
The Fortis device uses a transapical approach, while the CardiAQ can be implanted using either a transapical or transfemoral approach.
Transfemoral amputation (TFA) involves significant loss of functional anatomy, including lower-limb structures (bones, joints, and muscles) vital to performing bipedal activities and participating in a wide range of life activities.
Delgado III, who is Procyrion's Founder and Chief Medical Officer, and company co-authors will share their pre-clinical experience with a transfemoral power lead for Aortix[TM], a long-term circulatory support pump for chronic heart failure patients.
Army Staff Sergeant Billy Costello, a transfemoral amputee who lost his right leg after stepping on a landmine when he was deployed to Afghanistan.
Chapters in the structural heart disease section address cardiovascular hybrid operating rooms; access techniques for transcatheter aortic valves; transfemoral transcatheter aortic valve replacement; transapical valve technology for aortic stenosis; axillary/subclavian access for transcatheter aortic valve replacement; aortic and transvalvular aortic valve replacement; transcatheter mitral leaflet repair; mitral stenosis/mitral regurgitation and devices; real-time magnetic resonance imaging guidance in cardiac surgery; patent ductus arteriosus; patent foramen ovale; and use of the Articulated Robotic MedProbe snake robot for single port surgery.
Transfemoral embolectomy for ALEXI may be performed under local, regional or general anaesthesia via a small groin incision.
A transfemoral running limb has helped amputee runner Sarah Reinersten set world records in nearly every distance from 100 meters to the Ironman.