Crafoord

Cra·foord

(krahf'ōrd),
Clarence, Swedish thoracic surgeon, 1899-1984. See: Crafoord clamp.
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The first successful repair of aortic coarctation was at the Mayo Clinic in 1946 by Dr Crafoord and Nylin7 which is still a preferred option in neonates or younger children, but recurrent obstruction, aneurysm formation, late hypertension and premature death is always a risk8.
Interview with Susan Solomon, professor of environmental studies at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and winner of the 2018 Crafoord Prize, on the occasion of the 2019 International Day of Women and Girls in Science.
Krause was first to describe the condition in 18656 and Biorck and Crafoord were the first to close it surgically.7 We present here first ever reported case of right coronary artery (AV) fistula in Pakistan.
Owners, Alister Copley and Carl Crafoord, are proud that the Marina Exchange App achieves a long-term goal of making it easier for boat owners to spend more time on the water with a lot less hassle.
This work was funded by Reumatikerfonden (Swedish Rheumatism Association), Anna-Greta Crafoord's Foundation for rheumatological research, Konung Gustaf V:s 80arsfond, The Swedish Kidney Foundation, Royal Physiographic Society of Lund, and Alfred Osterlunds Stiftelse.
This study was supported by the Swedish Research Council [2017-00995], the Swedish Cancer Society [2015/567], and the Crafoord Foundation in Lund [20150753].
The work was also supported by the Lions Foundation, Skane, Sweden; Georg Danielsson's fund for blood disease; the Physician Society of Lund; Olof Eliasson's Foundation; the Crafoord Foundation; the Knut and Alice Wallenbergs Foundation; the Royal Physiographic Society; and the Lundberg Research Foundation.
Crafoord, "Infectious keratitis treated with corneal crosslinking," Cornea, vol.
We acknowledge funding from Marianne and Marcus Wallenberg Foundation, Crafoord Foundation and WennerGren Foundations.
(15.) Makdoumi K, Mortensen J, Sorkhabi O, Malmvall BE, Crafoord S.