transseptal

transseptal

 [trans-sep´tal]
extending or performed through or across a septum.

trans·sep·tal

(trans-sep'tăl),
Across or through a septum; on the other side of a septum.

transseptal

/trans·sep·tal/ (trans-sep´tal) extending or performed through or across a septum.

transseptal

(trăns-sĕp′tăl) [″ + saeptum, partition]
Across a septum.
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Institutions performing LAAC procedures should perform at least 50 structural heart disease or left-sided catheter ablations, with at least 25 involving transseptal puncture through an intact septum in the year prior to starting a LAAC program.
Mitral Reconstruction System (Cardioband), a proprietary, implantable mitral reconstruction device with a transfemoral, transseptal delivery system for mitral valve repair.
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The Achieve Mapping Catheter is deployed through the Arctic Front guide wire lumen enabling the Arctic Front procedure to be performed using a single transseptal puncture with minimal catheter exchanges, enabling physicians to map electrical conduction between the left atrium and pulmonary veins in order to assess pulmonary vein potentials before, during and after cryoablation.
And once those are available, a permanent intracardiac device requiring a transseptal approach may lose its luster.
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Using the transseptal technique, a balloon was inflated sequentially at 22.
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