Starr, Albert

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Albert, U.S. physician, 1926–.
Starr ball heart prosthesis
Starr ball heart valve
Starr fixation forceps
Starr forceps
Starr valve - Synonym(s): Starr-Edwards valve
Starr-Edwards aortic valve prosthesis
Starr-Edwards ball valve prosthesis
Starr-Edwards ball-cage valve
Starr-Edwards disk valve prosthesis
Starr-Edwards heart valve
Starr-Edwards mitral prosthesis
Starr-Edwards pacemaker
Starr-Edwards prosthesis
Starr-Edwards prosthetic aortic valve
Starr-Edwards prosthetic mitral valve
Starr-Edwards Silastic valve
Starr-Edwards silicone rubber ball valve
Starr-Edwards valve - a cage and ball artificial cardiac valve with high reliability and durability, first used to replace the mitral valve. Synonym(s): Starr valve
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Albert Starr on receiving the 2015 Institut de France's Grand Prix Scientifique in a Paris awards ceremony.
Christian Bernard, Robert Jarvik, and Albert Starr, and their early equipment and operations; and diagrams of the heart.
That was 50 years to the day since Portland surgeon Albert Starr, now 84, completed the world's first successful operation to replace a damaged mitral valve in the human heart with an artificial one.
Albert Starr, a young surgeon, encouraged Edwards to first focus on developing an artificial heart valve.
Alain Carpentier of Paris, France and Albert Starr of Portland, OR were winners of the Albert Lasker Award in clinical research.
Albert Starr teamed up with retired engineer Lowell Edwards and implanted the world's first artificial heart valve;
Headed by internationally renowned cardiac surgeon Albert Starr, M.
Furnary, a cardiothoracic surgeon and a leading expert in post-operative insulin therapy and regarded as the "father of tight glycemic control," serves as Associate Director of the Albert Starr Academic Center at Providence St.
Furnary serves as the Associate Director of the Albert Starr Academic Center at Providence St.
Albert Starr, medical director of the Providence Heart and Vascular Institute and co-recipient of a 2007 Lasker Award for the development of artificial heart valves.
Although pericardial valves have demonstrated decades of reliable performance, mitigating the calcification of a tissue valve's leaftlets has been a focus of research and development since their introduction," said Albert Starr, M.
Until recently, most cardiac surgeries were open surgeries," said Albert Starr, M.