Cardiopulmonary bypass machine

Cardiopulmonary bypass machine

A mechanical instrument that takes over the circulation of the body while heart surgery is taking place.
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The Nairobi Hospital has acquired a new Heart-Lung Machine, called the Cardiopulmonary Bypass Machine (CBM).
3 million on sophisticated machines, including a cardiac imaging ultrasound machine, a cardiopulmonary bypass machine and a ventilator.
A cardiovascular surgeon and the perfusionist were available if needed and a cardiopulmonary bypass machine was primed and ready for possible use.
CABG surgery is traditionally performed as an open-heart surgery, either with or without the use of a cardiopulmonary bypass machine.
But the real question regarding these often-subtle neurocognitive deficits associated with use of the cardiopulmonary bypass machine is whether they persist long-term.
The Nairobi Hospital announced that it has accredited the latest Heart-Lung Machine, known as the Cardiopulmonary Bypass Machine (CBM) and the first in Kenya to leverage German equipment, which is the latest in its series, the S5, worth Sh30 million.
Kurlansky is participating in a multicenter study in which such measures are being compared in CABG performed either on or off the cardiopulmonary bypass machine.
This multi-center, multi-surgeon study clearly demonstrates that the U-CLIP(TM) Anastomotic Device consistently facilitates the interrupted technique in both On-Pump, or surgery performed with a cardiopulmonary bypass machine, and Off-Pump, also know as beating heart, CABG procedures.
Cardiac surgery involving use of a cardiopulmonary bypass machine, or CPB, requires that patients are anticoagulated prior to going on bypass, in order to avoid clot formation and other deleterious effects.
Coronary artery bypass graft and related surgeries where a cardiopulmonary bypass machine, or CPB, is used require that patients are anticoagulated prior to going on bypass, in order to avoid clot formation.
Coronary artery bypass graft and related surgeries where a cardiopulmonary bypass machine, or CPB, is used requires that patients are anticoagulated prior to going on bypass, in order to avoid clot formation.
The double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled, parallel-group clinical trial was designed to determine the safety and efficacy of CTI-01 in patients at risk of complications, including organ damage, while undergoing cardiac surgery involving the use of the cardiopulmonary bypass machine.

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