cardiac arrest

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cardiac arrest

[′kärd·ē‚ak ə′rest]
(medicine)
Cessation of the heartbeat.
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Deep hypothermic circulatory arrest and selected antegrade cerebral perfusion in aortic artery surgery is more effective methods for brain protection [27].
This case demonstrates that TCD monitoring might be a useful clinical tool during operations where potential cerebral malperfusion can occur, such as complex aortic arch surgery involving circulatory arrest and selective antegrade brain perfusion.
Aortic arch replacement can be performed without circulatory arrest.
Developmental and neurologic status of children after heart surgery with hypothermic circulatory arrest or lowflow cardiopulmonary bypass.
Here's how it works: A patient experiencing sudden circulatory arrest due to ventricular fibrillation or other causes typically has a 20-to 30-second prodromal period prior to loss of consciousness.
2000) reported that lower weight infants following Norwood Stage 1 reconstructive surgery were at increased risk for decreased systemic oxygen delivery; and (b) they speculated that lower weight infants were more likely to be adversely affected by CPB, circulatory arrest, and the technical aspects of the surgical procedure than infants who weighed more.
In a study of 171 children who underwent transposition of the great arteries or low-flow cardiopulmonary bypass, those who had heart surgery with circulatory arrest had a higher incidence of neurologic morbidity including seizures (N.
Aadhi is the fifth patient in the world to survive such a surgery where doctors use a deep hypothermic circulatory arrest to reduce the body temperature to 15 degrees C.
Background: Antegrade selective cerebral perfusion (ASCP) is regarded to perform cerebral protection during the thoracic aorta surgery as an adjunctive technique to deep hypothermic circulatory arrest (DHCA).
Cardioplegia was given and deep hypothermic circulatory arrest at 180C was established.
Emergency aortic valve repair and ascending aortic replacement was successfully performed under circulatory arrest with mild hypothermia.