occluder


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oc·clud·er

(ŏ-klūd'ĕr),
In dentistry, a name given to some articulators.

occluder 

A device placed before an eye to block vision or to partially obscure vision. Syn. eye shield.

oc·clud·er

(ŏ-klūd'ĕr)
In dentistry, specific type of articulator.
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Gore & Associates (Gore) revealed on Tuesday that it has received US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) premarket approval (PMA) for the GORE CARDIOFORM ASD Occluder for the percutaneous closure of ostium secundum atrial septal defects (ASDs), a hole in the wall (septum) between the two upper chambers of the heart (the atria).
Frequency and percentages were calculated for qualitative variables like gender and VSD occluder devices and mean +- SD were calculated for quantitative variables like age, VSD size and VSD occluder size etc.
PRIMA (Percutaneous Closure of PFO in Migraine with Aura) was a study with the use of the Amplatzer PFO Occluder that started in 2006 and ended prematurely due to slow participation in 2012.
Several individual case reports have described the successful use of septal occluders, ventricular septal defect occluders, and coils.
A 8/6 mm Occlutech duct occluder was passed through delivery system.
If one or both eyes have poor vision, it will take longer for the fixation movement to happen, thus it is important to keep the occluder in place for a sufficient length of time, and to ask the patient whether they can still see the target.
Transcatheter closure of large secundum atrial septal defects using the 40 mm amplatzer septal occluder: results of an international registry.
RESPECT investigators in the extended follow-up analysis observed that nearly 1/3 of recurrent strokes in the Amplatzer PFO Occluder arm were not cryptogenic but of known origin.
Among 39 environmental samples collected from practice A, eight (21%) were positive for HAdV from the following surfaces or devices: a doorknob, an eye occluder, phoropter (refractor), an examination light, two hand sanitizer dispensers, a bathroom faucet, and the surface of a multiuse eye drop bottle.
All defects were closed with Amplatzer Ductal occluder II (ADO-II).