biventricular


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biventricular

 [bi″ven-trik´u-ler]
pertaining to or affecting both ventricles of the heart.

bi·ven·tric·u·lar

(bī'ven-trik'yū-lar),
Pertaining to both right and left ventricles.

biventricular

/bi·ven·tric·u·lar/ (bi″ven-trik´u-ler) pertaining to or affecting both ventricles of the heart.

biventricular

pertaining to or affecting both ventricles of the heart.
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With surgical rehabilitation alone, only one third of patients are able to undergo biventricular conversion.
Impact of coronary sinus lead position on biventricular pacing: mortality and echocardiographic evaluation during long-term follow-up.
But as this more recent study shows, biventricular pacing with a CRT device appears to be a safer and more effective solution for HF patients with heart block.
If the study results are durable, and with additional follow-up, passive ventricular restraint would appear to have a useful role in patients with worsening heart failure despite maximal medical therapy and biventricular pacing," Dr.
medical centers, the device was implanted into 81 patients who had severe biventricular heart failure and were eligible for a transplant; of those patients, 79% survived to undergo a transplant, "demonstrating that the artificial heart could successfully serve as a bridge to transplant," according to the FDA statement.
Originally used as a permanent replacement heart, the Total Artificial Heart is currently approved as a bridge to human heart transplant for people dying from end-stage biventricular failure.
The early deterioration of the left ventricular function related to left bundle-branch dyssynchrony and the occurrence of ventricular tachyarrhythmia poses the question whether a biventricular ICD should be the first choice management in MD1 with early onset heart failure and complete LBBB.
Syncardia believes that there is adequate evidence for CMS to conclude that the CardioWest temporary Total Artificial Heart (TAH-t) as a biventricular replacement device is reasonable and necessary when used as a bridge to transplant in certain patients," the company wrote to CMS.
Assuming the study results are durable, and with additional follow-up, passive ventricular restraint would appear to have a useful role in patients with worsening heart failure despite maximal medical therapy and biventricular pacing," Dr.
NEW ORLEANS -- Biventricular pacing resulted in markedly better functional capacity than standard right ventricular pacing in the first large multicenter randomized comparative trial in patients undergoing ablate and-pace therapy for chronic atrial fibrillation.
Implantation of the Total Artificial Heart is similar to a heart transplant in that it replaces both heart ventricles, eliminating biventricular heart failure.
In patients with severe left ventricular (LV) dysfunction and intraventricular conduction disease, who are already being administered maximally tolerated pharmacological treatment for heart failure, biventricular stimulation (i.