US6562781B1 - Glycosaminoglycan-antithrombin III/heparin cofactor II conjugates - Google Patents
Other uses of the invention include covalent coating of GAGs on amine containing surfaces such as central venous lines, cardiac ... catheterization, cardiopulmonary bypass circuits, dialysis circuits, or other external blood contacting instruments, as well as ...https://patents.google.com/patent/US6562781
Sometimes mixed venous blood taken from a central line is used in particular situations, such as in cardiac catheterization ... Peripheral venous blood, such as that taken from a vein in the arm, is of no use for oxygen status because it has decreased ... Since arterial blood carries oxygen to the body and blood from a vein (venous blood) carries waste products to the lungs and ... Typically, the largest difference in reported values between venous and arterial blood is the PaO2, and consideration of sample ...https://labtestsonline.org/tests/blood-gases
Blood Gases | LabCorp
Sometimes mixed venous blood taken from a central line is used in particular situations, such as in cardiac catheterization ... Peripheral venous blood, such as that taken from a vein in the arm, is of no use for oxygen status because it has decreased ... Since arterial blood carries oxygen to the body and venous blood carries waste products to the lungs and kidneys, the gas and ... Venous Blood. The Free Medical Dictionary. Available online at http://medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/venous+blood ...https://www.labcorp.com/help/patient-test-info/blood-gases
Thrombotic Disorders - The Clinical Advisor
These include central venous catheters placed in ICU settings or for cardiac catheterization, or long-term catheters placed for ... Most cases of venous thrombosis in children are due to the use of central venous catheters. Other causes include congenital ... Venous thrombosis is increasing significantly in frequency as a result of the use of central venous catheters and other ... For more serious events or if there is an ongoing risk factor such as the presence of a central venous catheter, treatment can ...http://www.clinicaladvisor.com/pediatrics/thrombotic-disorders/article/624520/
The venocutaneous fistula--a new approach to chronic venous access.
... in-dwelling central venous catheter. While far removed from actual clinical application, the possibility of catheter-free ... A surgical technique has been devised for creating access to the central venous circulation, yet avoiding a chronic, ... 14674229 - Cardiac tamponade from percutaneous central venous catheterization: report of one case.. 20083879 - Inhibiting ... Catheterization, Central Venous / methods*. Dogs. Ostomy / methods*. Skin / surgery*. From MEDLINE®/PubMed®, a database of the ...http://www.biomedsearch.com/nih/venocutaneous-fistula-new-approach-to/2809959.html
Safety and feasibility of xenon as an adjuvant to sevoflurane anaesthesia in children undergoing interventional or diagnostic...
General anaesthesia for cardiac catheterization. Patients must be in a fasting state for 6 h prior to anaesthesia. The children ... At the same time points, 2 ml of blood will be obtained from the central venous sheet (in situ for the interventional procedure ... Anaesthetics Inhalation Xenon Sevoflurane Congenital heart defects Cardiac catheterization Abbreviations. ANT. Amsterdam ... Testing children undergoing cardiac catheterization (in which surgical trauma and inflammation is nearly absent) will also ...https://rd.springer.com/article/10.1186/s13063-015-0587-3
Balloon catheterization | definition of balloon catheterization by Medical dictionary
What is balloon catheterization? Meaning of balloon catheterization medical term. What does balloon catheterization mean? ... Looking for online definition of balloon catheterization in the Medical Dictionary? balloon catheterization explanation free. ... See also cardiac catheterization and central venous catheterization.. 2. introduction of a catheter via the urethra into the ... See also cardiac catheterization and central venous catheterization. The most common usage of the term is in reference to the ...http://medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/balloon+catheterization
Journal of Cardiology & Clinical Research |Open Access Journals | Research Articles, Papers | JSciMed central
... under local or general anesthesia by femoral venous and trans-septal access using an Inoue balloon in a cardiac catheterization ... Copyright © 2016 JSciMed Central All Rights Reserved. Open Access Publication by JSciMed Central is licensed under a Creative ... but such dynamic ECG changes which is usually indicative of cardiac ischemia, as was evident in our patient, is a rare ... which was indicative of cardiac ischemia. This prompted us to subject the patient to a coronary angiogram which was normal. ...https://www.jscimedcentral.com/Cardiology/vol4issue5.php
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Ultrasound guided versus land mark technique for internal jugular central venous catheterization in cardiac surgical patients- ... Entrapment of central venous catheter by a suture to the left atrial wall following double valve replacement. Published in: ... Fast-Track Cardiac Anaesthesia at a Tertiary Care Cardiac Centre in Nepal. Published in:Nepalese Heart Journal. Publication ...https://www.growkudos.com/profiles/104218
Acute decompensated heart failure, Acute heart failure, Decompensated heart failure, Acute systolic heart failure - The...
... and provide clues to cardiac and central venous pressures.. Cardiac catheterization may be performed to evaluate for the ... Right heart catheterization may be useful for evaluating intracardiac pressures, pulmonary pressures and cardiac output. ... Echocardiography and/or invasive cardiac catheterization can provide additional clues as necessary. ... elevated jugular venous pressure, hepatomegaly, pulmonary rales, cardiac gallops (S3 or S4), and pleural effusions, to name a ...http://www.clinicaladvisor.com/critical-care-medicine/acute-decompensated-heart-failure-acute-heart-failure-decompensated-heart-failure-acute-systolic-heart-failure/article/585503/
NAVER Academic | Migration of jugular or subclavian venous catheters into inferior tributaries of the brachiocephalic veins or...
The mediastinal vascular anatomy related to these central venous catheters is reviewed with reference to similar and related ... Six children are reported in whom a central venous catheter from the internal jugular or the subclavian vein migrated to an ... Cardiac tamponade from central venous catheterization. (1986) P N Karnauchow * Closed-hub systems with protected connections ... Fatal cardiac tamponade in a patient receiving total parenteral nutrition via a silastic central venous catheter. F J Jr ...http://academic.naver.com/article.naver?doc_id=139542568
Year in review in Intensive Care Medicine 2012: III. Noninvasive ventilation, monitoring and patient-ventilator interactions,...
Thrombi in the central veins impair placement of central venous catheters making vascular access a challenge, and limit or ... Thrombotic occlusion of femoral veins can impede the performance of cardiac catheterisation for diagnostic or therapeutic ... Clinically important 'low cardiac output' is a common complication seen in infants and young children following cardiac surgery ... often requires prolonged periods of complex intensive care with prolonged central venous access increasing risk of venous ...https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00134-012-2807-6
Laparoscopic Physiologic Perturbations: Implications for At-Risk Patients - The 3rd Edition: Prevention & Management
Cardiac Preload Of 23 human investigations providing CDP central venous pressure results relative to postanesthesia induction ... Cardiac Output Of 42 human investigations providing CDP cardiac output results relative to postanesthesia induction values, 23 ... The literature suggests that an increase in heart rate is relatively common and that cardiac dysrhythmias or cardiac arrest may ... However, cardiac preload volume may increase, decrease, or remain stable during CDP. It is likely that CVP and PAOP values do ...http://laparoscopy.blogs.com/prevention_management_3/2010/07/laparoscopic-physiologic-perturbations-implications-for-atrisk-patients.html
Minimally invasive TAVI has "several potential benefits" - Cardiovascular News
... limitation of central venous access lines, pulmonary arterial lines, and invasive arterial monitoring lines; use of a cardiac ... catheterisation laboratory as opposed to a hybrid operating room; and avoidance of a stay in an intensive care unit (ICU) ... we have settled on an approach that is patient-specific and involves a conversation between the TAVI operators and our cardiac ...https://cardiovascularnews.com/minimally-invasive-tavi-has-several-potential-benefits/
Temporary transvenous cardiac pacing.
Temporary cardiac pacing in the critical care setting can be a lifesaving intervention in a number of clinical situations. A ... Previous Document: Central venous catheterization in the critically ill patient.. Next Document: Peritoneal catheterization.. ... Temporary cardiac pacing in the critical care setting can be a lifesaving intervention in a number of clinical situations. A ... Cardiac Pacing, Artificial / adverse effects, methods*, standards. Critical Care*. Electrocardiography. Equipment Design / ...http://www.biomedsearch.com/nih/Temporary-transvenous-cardiac-pacing/1393747.html
Vascular Surgery Team | Surgery | SUNY Upstate Medical University
Bypass Surgery for Venous Disease *Cardiac Catheterization *Carotid Artery Aneurysm Surgery *Carotid Endarterectomy ... Central Arterial Access *Central Venous Access *Cerebral Angiography *Chemotherapy *Endovascular Aorta Treatment - Abdominal ( ...http://upstate.edu/surgery/healthcare/vascular/team.php?empID=amankwak
North Carolina register, April 1986 - June 1998 :: State Publications
... perform urinary catheterization; 0) perform external cardiac pacing; (m) establish an intraosseous infiision line in ... administer fluids and medications using previously established indwelling semi-permanent central venous catheters; and (o) ... perform urinary catheterization; 0) perform external cardiac pacing; (m) establish an intraosseous infiision line in ... administer fluids and medications using previously established indweUing semi-permanent central venous catheters; (i) use ...http://digital.ncdcr.gov/cdm/compoundobject/collection/p249901coll22/id/522465/show/522461/rec/11
Tenckhoff catheter | definition of Tenckhoff catheter by Medical dictionary
This type of catheter is also used in the measurement of central venous pressure. See also central venous catheterization. ... See: cardiac catheterization. caudal catheter. Caudal anesthesia.. central catheter. A catheter inserted into a central vein or ... peripherally inserted central venous catheter. Abbreviation: PICC, PICC line. A soft, flexible central venous catheter, ... CENTRAL VENOUS CATHETER: A tunneled central venous catheter is inserted through subcutaneous tissue in the chest wall into the ...https://medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/Tenckhoff+catheter
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Circulatory, Vascular and Cardiac sub-cluster 71
For patients who need long-term central venous access but who have developed obstruction of the usual central veins, 'salvage' ... This study included 25 patients with PDA referred to Tanta University Hospital for elective cardiac catheterization. The ... catheterization of small venous collaterals, and recanalization of occluded veins. Inferior vena cava ... ... We assumed that due to the higher aeration of arterial compared to venous blood, higher levels of the atherogenic agent ...http://www.biomedsearch.com/cluster/26/Circulatory-Vascular-and-Cardiac/sub-71.html
BJCVS, Vol.: 32 Ed.: 5 - 435/437 - 2017, Implantation of Short-Term and Long-Term Right Ventricular Assist Devices
Right cardiac catheterization confirmed low cardiac output (CO: 2.8 L/min - index 1.5 L/min/m2), elevated central venous ... Right cardiac catheterization showed systolic pulmonary hypertension (PA: 4 mmHg), elevated CVP (12 mmHg), low CO (1.6 L/min/m2 ... Venous drainage is performed using a multiple-stage 25 Fr cannula introduced through the right femoral artery into the RA. Flow ...http://www.bjcvs.org/article/2753/en-us/Implantation-of-Short-Term-and-Long-Term-Right-Ventricular-Assist------Devices
Clinical Research | Circulation
... the central venous pressure had risen to 10 mm Hg, the cardiac output had more than doubled, the blood pressure rose to 110/70 ... I initially performed the procedure in a few patients who were undergoing diagnostic cardiac catheterization and found that the ... We turned off the Levophed, and central venous pressure fell to 0 mm Hg while the pulse pressure narrowed strikingly and the ... The brachial artery pressure recorded directly was 190/130 mm Hg, and the central venous pressure recorded from a catheter ...http://circ.ahajournals.org/content/109/19/2256
Coronary collateral quantitation in patients with coronary artery disease using intravascular flow velocity or pressure...
Cardiac catheterization and coronary angiography. Patients underwent left heart catheterization for diagnostic purposes. Aortic ... central venous pressure. IC. intracoronary. Pao. mean aortic pressure. Poccl. distal IC occlusive or coronary wedge pressure. ... CVP = central venous pressure (7 mm Hg). During occlusion of the stenosis, there are marked ST-segment elevations (arrows)on ... 1 and 2). Central venous pressure was estimated to be equal to 5 mm Hg. Pressure-derived collateral flow index was calculated ...http://www.onlinejacc.org/content/32/5/1272
Clinical Companion for Wong's Essentials Pediatric Nursing 8th edition (9780323053549) - Textbooks.com
... cardiac catheterization, echocardiography, pulmonary function tests, and more in Common Diagnostic Tests and Tools explains the ... central venous line access and care, and much more. ... central venous line access and care, and much more. ... cardiac catheterization, echocardiography, pulmonary function tests, and more in Common Diagnostic Tests and Tools explains the ... cardiac catheterization, echocardiography, pulmonary function tests, and more in Common Diagnostic Tests and Tools explains the ...https://www.textbooks.com/Clinical-Companion-for-Wongs-Essentials-Pediatric-Nursing-8th-Edition/9780323053549/Marilyn-J-Hockenberry.php
NewYork-Presbyterian Queens - Heart Conditions in Children - Chest X-Ray
... or cardiac catheterization may be performed to make a final diagnosis of cardiac conditions. ... to check the position of implanted pacemaker wires and other internal devices such as central venous catheters. ...http://www.nyhq.org/diw/content.asp?pageid=P06337&language=Chinese
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