trans-septal

trans-septal

extending or performed through or across a septum.
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Part 9 trans-septal puncture kit with shirt transseptal.
Mentice) partnered to coordinate the 1st trans-septal specific training course which incorporated high fidelity endovascular simulation utilizing the Mentice VIST(TM) endovascular simulator to enhance the training and overall learning experience of the course participants.
It is permanently placed just distal to the ostium of the left atrial appendage in a percutaneous procedure using a trans-septal approach.
Bill used to sharpen the needles used for trans-septal puncture, was instrumental in setting up the system for re-sterilising pacemakers and found some way to fix most items of equipment if they broke down.
4) Finally, to close the incision, a trans-septal mattress suture must be placed correctly beneath the graft to prevent mucosal webbing of the nasal septal angle.
Since 90% to 95% of the implant is absorbed and replaced with native tissue, BioSTAR(TM) offers clear advantages to patients such as future trans-septal access to the left atrium.
The latest progress was made possible by using CardiacAssist's TandemHeart(R) PTVA(R) System, a percutaneous left ventricular assist device (LVAD) that helps to unload the beating heart and assures continuous, naturally oxygenated blood circulation through a simple trans-septal catheterization procedure.
The procedures all required a trans-septal approach to access the left side of the heart, detailed mapping and RF delivery in the pulmonary veins.
The procedure requires a trans-septal approach, making a small hole in the atrial septum to access the left atrium of the heart and a detailed electrophysiological study to detect pulmonary vein electrical potentials.