transaortic

transaortic

 [trans″a-or´tik]
performed through the aorta or aortic valve; said of surgical procedures.

transaortic

/trans·aor·tic/ (trans″a-or´tik) performed through the aorta.

transaortic

[-ā·ôr′tik]
Etymology: L, trans, across; Gk, aerein, to raise
through the aorta.

transaortic

performed through the aorta.
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However, preterm birth, small for gestational age, and neonatal Apgar scores below 7 are quite common in pregnancies involving severe aortic stenosis, as defined by a prepregnancy transaortic peak gradient of 64 mm Hg or more, according to Dr.
Another cardiovascular care procedure being developed is the new transaortic valve replacement (TAVR).
Both ablation lesions were created via transaortic access to the tricuspid annulus and zone between inferior vena cava and the baffle via femoral venous access, which terminated the tachycardia (Fig.
Toshiba will demonstrate the new capabilities of the Infinix-i including WorkRite technology to showcase the system's flexibility, superior ergonomics and patient-access features during transradial procedures; Spot Fluoroscopy, a new, unconventional way to provide collimation, giving physicians the ability to see more clinical information outside the live fluoro region of interest (ROI); Access Halo, the Infinix-i's unique design that provides 180 degrees of direct head-end patient access for clinical teams during advanced procedures with maximum efficiency and safety and Transaortic Valve Replacement (TAVR) software that supports the planning and deployment phases for this procedure.
Veradius Neo's advanced X-ray generation technology allows distortion-free visualization of dynamic anatomy in challenging procedures like transaortic aneurysm repair.
The USCOM (Ultrasonic Cardiac Output Monitors) device is a non-invasive cardiac output monitor, which utilises transaortic or transpulmonary Doppler flow tracing and valve area estimated using patient height to determine cardiac output.
Electrocardiographic observations in severe aortic valve stenosis: correlative necropsy study to clinical, hemodynamic, and ECG variables demonstrating relation of 12-lead QRS amplitude to peak systolic transaortic pressure gradient.
Transaortic peak pressure was 100 mm Hg, and the aortic valvular area was 0.
In a mouse transaortic constriction model of human heart failure, anti-miR-21 treatment silenced increased expression of miR-21 and corrected downstream changes in sprouty-1 and MAP-kinase signaling.
His second patient, a 32-year-old woman who had had a previous transaortic valvuloplasty, underwent successful aortic valve replacement on March 10, 1960.
Anderson, Chief of the Section of Cardiac Surgery, Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital "Impella: Safety and Clinical Utility of a Temporary Transaortic Forward Flow Hemodynamic Support Device," Dr.
Transaortic transcatheter aortic valve implantation within a previous bioprosthetic aortic valve replacement.

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