cardiac surgery

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cardiac surgery

Surgery on the heart and/or the proximal great vessels.
See also: surgery
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Headquartered in suburban Atlanta, Georgia, CryoLife is in the manufacturing, processing, and distribution of implantable living tissues and medical devices used in cardiac surgical procedures.
CARDISENSE is a niche in this market and can be used in all cardiac surgical procedures for perioperative diagnosis and monitoring, becoming a new gold standard .
Intraoperative transoesophageal echocardiography has become established over the last 20 years as an important tool for monitoring during cardiac surgical procedures.
Cerebral embolism is considered a major cause of brain injury during cardiac surgical procedures.
Major advances in cardiac surgical procedures continue to make headlines as new products are developed that are less invasive, easier to use, and produce more effective patient outcomes.
Although cardiac surgeons understand the benefit of closing the pericardium to avoid injury of the heart when they are required to perform second operations, which currently represents one in five cardiac surgical procedures, many surgeons are hesitant to close the pericardium for fear that immediate postoperative cardiac bleeding might compress the heart (cardiac tamponade).
According to the company, the AtriClip System is cleared by the US Food and Drug Administration with an indication for occlusion of the left atrial appendage, under direct visualization, in conjunction with other open cardiac surgical procedures.
During the term of the agreement shall be made and performed cardiac surgical procedures in the form, conditions and terms set forth in these bidding rules
A comparison of two skin preps used in cardiac surgical procedures.
Food and Drug Administration clearance for the Medtronic Performer(TM) Cardiopulmonary Bypass System (CPB), an integrated, compact console capable of providing total support of the circulatory system during a variety of cardiac surgical procedures.
The introducer system and therapeutic devices facilitate a simple, reproducible technique that we believe will be very effective in adjunctive cardiac surgical procedures, and potentially open up new patient populations for surgical atrial fibrillation therapy.