embolectomy


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embolectomy

[‚em·bə′lek·tə·mē]
(medicine)
Surgical removal of an embolus.
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Millennium Research Group's BRIC Markets for Clot Management Devices 2013 report includes unit, average selling price and revenue information, along with market drivers and limiters for percutaneous thrombectomy devices (which include mechanical thrombectomy devices, aspiration thrombectomy devices, and pharmacomechanical thrombectomy (PMT) devices), embolectomy balloon catheters, catheter-directed thrombolysis (CDT) devices, IVCFs, and neurovascular embolectomy devices in Brazil, Russia, India and China.
Although there is no consensus about the optimal reperfusion strategy of embolic myocardial infarctions, catheter aspiration embolectomy may be the most valuable strategy for suitable cases.
Budzik, who is a member of a dedicated stroke center, said that a triage system is critical for rapidly determining which patients are eligible for embolectomy, antithrombolytic therapy, stenting, or other procedures.
Another two-in-one device, it integrates an embolectomy balloon with the ability to inject physician-specified fluids while maintaining guidewire position.
85 mm/Hg of pre-and post- embolectomy respectively (p Less than 0.
HIGH-RISK--Thrombolysis, Embolectomy, Anticoagulation
While embolectomy was performed in all cases, the cases in which mini fasciotomy was performed after development of compartment syndrome constitute the group 1 (n=21) and the ones in whom accompanying embolectomy and closed mini fasciotomy in the same session constitute the group 2 (n=15), groups were formed randomly.
The study included 141 patients who underwent embolectomy, of whom 68 (48%) had their affected cerebral arteries recanalized by the procedure.
The analysis focused on the most severe stroke patients who had failed or were ineligible for tPA therapy and thus were treated with mechanical embolectomy within the best interventional stroke centers across the U.
Bilateral above-knee amputation had been done after unsuccessful femoral embolectomy.
Pulmonary arteriotomy was done and embolectomy was done from the right pulmonary artery [figure 2].