Special medical material for interventional cardiology focusing on percutaneous implantable bodies (occlusives) of self-expandable material for the closure of congenital and acquired cardiac abnormalities and defects by the percutaneous route
- asd and multiple asd-defects in the indicated high-risk patients stroke and contraindication of long-term anticoagulation therapy (occlusion, calibration balloon catheter, conductor, insertion and exchange system).
has completed filing of a Pre-Marketing Notification (510(k)) with the US Food and Drug Administration for its Amsel Occluder Device, extending the indications of the Amsel Occluder Device to include a percutaneous route
of administration, the company said.
INTRODUCTION: Access to the intestinal tract may be via a nasal tube or by the percutaneous route
, with delivery to the stomach or jejunum.
Infants were randomised by week of birth to receive Tokyo 172 BCG vaccine through the percutaneous route
(N = 5 775) or intradermal route (N = 5 905) within 24 hours of birth and followed up for 2 years.
As the officer spent considerable time outdoors in areas where WNV transmission was relatively high in 2003 and repeatedly handled infected birds, we cannot eliminate the possibility of a mosquito bite or other percutaneous route
Contract notice: Delivery of 11 sets of aortic valve implanted via the percutaneous route
This study was conducted to evaluate the prevalence of Hepatitis C infection in blood donors with percutaneous route
and other possible etiological factors.
Contract award notice: purchase and delivery aortic valves implanted percutaneous route
running to make.
Contract notice: Purchase and delivery aortic valves implanted percutaneous route
running to make.
Contract notice: Purchase (delivery) aortic valves implanted percutaneous route
to the cath lab heart.
Supply of aortic valve implanted via the percutaneous route
Supply of aortic valve implanted percutaneous route
- 14 sets.