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cardiopulmonary

[¦kärd·ē·ō′pu̇l·mə‚ner·ē]
(physiology)
Pertaining to the heart and lungs.
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Outcome of cardiopulmonary resuscitation in dialysis patients.
But he added that major technologic advances in cardiopulmonary bypass are likely to reduce the machine's sequelae.
With this type of evidence showing that a pollutant to which Americans are exposed on a daily basis is associated with increased risk of cardiopulmonary and lung cancer death, the call to action is clear, says Thurston.
Although most hospital admissions occurred at the onset of the cardiopulmonary stage, neutralizing antibody was also detected in a limited number of sera available 1 or 2 days before hospital admission, during the prodromal phase.
With 3,750 employees worldwide, Sorin Group focuses on three major therapeutic areas that include: cardiopulmonary bypass (extracorporeal circulation and autotransfusion systems), cardiac rhythm management, and heart valve repair and replacement.
Conclusion: Propofol alone is capable of fulfilling the requirements of adequate rewarming during Cardiopulmonary bypass and can produce more hemodynamic stability and early post-operative recovery.
Each TandemLife system may include a pump, an oxygenator and cannulae for comprehensive, acute cardiac, pulmonary or cardiopulmonary care.
LiviNova said it is pleased to enhance its cardiac surgery product offerings with TandemLife's complete portfolio of advanced cardiopulmonary support products.
The hospitals Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation Program participated in an application process that requires extensive documentation of the programs practices.
3 Development of pulmonary complications after cardiopulmonary bypass is multi-factorial; alteration in the function of chest muscles and wall due to median sternotomy, systemic inflammatory response syndrome initiated by establishing cardiopulmonary bypass, phrenic nerve damage caused by administration of cold saline in the pericardial cavity during cardiac arrest and alveolar edema caused by left ventricular distension and elevated pressure in the pulmonary vasculature are considered the main contributing factors for this lethal complication.
Ranucci et al have described preoperative serum creatinine value, the presence of active endocarditis, the cardiopulmonary bypass duration, the lowest oxygen delivery during cardiopulmonary bypass, and the peak blood glucose level as independent risk factors associated with HL7.
It can be concluded from this study that dental students dental house officers have poor level of training and knowledge on medical emergencies and cardiopulmonary resuscitation.