preductal

pre·duc·tal

(prē-dŭk'tăl),
Relating to that part of the aorta proximal to the aortic opening of the ductus arteriosus.

pre·duc·tal

(prē-dŭk'tăl)
Relating to that part of the aorta proximal to the aortic opening of the ductus arteriosus.
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Her preductal and postductal oxygen saturations were 100% and 98%, respectively.
PPHN is suspected when there is a considerable difference between preductal and postductal oxygen saturation, in combination with severe hypoxaemia that does not improve when the infant is subjected to 100% supplemental oxygen.
Preductal saturations were above 95%, temperature 36,2C, glucose 94 mg/dl and BP 76/50mmHg, MAP 58 mmHg.
Se considero a todos los pacientes con una saturacion preductal y postductal mayor a 90% y diferencia menor entre las mismas de menos de 3% como neonatos sanos y sin evidencia de cardiopatia congenita critica.
The 2010 ILCOR recommendations state that resuscitation can be initiated with room air or blended oxygen but it should be guided by measurement of oxygen saturation using pulse oximetry and the target saturation should fall in the interquartile range of preductal saturations measured in healthy term babies following vaginal birth at sea level.[2] These recommendations are based on the existing data on oxygen saturation of healthy term newborns in the first few minutes of life.[10,11,12,13,14,15,16]
Monitoring was carried out with an external left jugular venous catheter, a posterior tibial arterial line, an electrocardiogram, preductal and postductal pulsoximeters, capnography, a urinary catheter, and esophageal temperature.
Group III (n = 34)--Standard baseline therapy + trimetazidine (Preductal, "Servier", France) 20 mg 3 times per day.
"She took the drug product 'Preductal' not knowing that it contains the forbidden ingredient, thus unintentionally breaking the IOC anti-doping rules."
Objective: The present study aimed to determine the reference values for oxygen saturation and the preductal and post-ductal oxygen saturation trends during the first 60 min of life in healthy full-term neonates born at moderate altitude (1500-2500 m) using pulse oximetry.
Classically described, the narrowing could be proximal (preductal) to the ductus arteriosus and the blood flow in aorta distal to the narrowing is dependent on the ductus arteriosus and this is the most common type in neonates, hence, closure of the duct will result in early severe neonatal presentation.
The authors described the technique in adolescents after coarctation repair in early childhood and demonstrated increased preductal arterial intima media thickness, left ventricular mass and ascending aortic stiffness in adolescents.
Se establecio un patron de comportamiento de la arteria cistica con relacion al conducto (I preductal, II paraductal y III convergente), adicionalmente se busco la presencia de una arteria adicional y del ganglio cistico.