coronary sinus


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coronary sinus

[′kär·ə‚ner·ē ′sī·nəs]
(anatomy)
A venous sinus opening into the heart's right atrium which drains the cardiac veins.
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No irBNP eluted at the position of BNP(1-32) in coronary sinus or arterial plasma from the 3 study patients tested (Figs.
Blood sampling was limited to 20 min after aortic declamping because the coronary sinus perfusion catheter had to be removed after this time point.
Additionally, proCNP concentrations were measured in plasma selectively sampled from the coronary sinus in heart failure patients.
These include unsuitable branching angle of coronary veins and tortuosity of coronary sinus anatomy, postoperative deformation, presence of venous valves, absence of vessel in target location, and coronary venous stenosis (2, 3).
We report a novel use of gadolinium to assist with placement of a coronary sinus pacemaker lead in a patient with severe cardiomyopathy and end stage renal insufficiency An 81-year-old male with sick sinus syndrome, complete heart block requiring dual chamber pacing and ischemic cardiomyopathy was referred for biventricular pacing.
There was a persistent left SVC (Figures 1B, 1C, and 2B) that emptied into the coronary sinus (Figure 2B).
Myocardial ischemia induced by rapid atrial pacing causes troponin T release detectable by a highly sensitive assay: insights from a coronary sinus sampling study.
A preoperative cardiac catheterization showed aneurismal dilation and severe tortuosity of left circumflex coronary artery draining into the coronary sinus (Fig.
7 - cardioverter defibrillator resynchronizujacy CRT - D electrodes into the coronary sinus and atrial 2015
Serge Doucet of Montreal Heart Institute (Montreal, Canada) successfully implanted a Neovasc Reducer in the coronary sinus of a 79-year-old patient suffering from severe refractory angina.
The Neovasc Reducer is a unique device that is implanted in the coronary sinus vein.