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endocardium

[‚en·dō′kärd·ē·əm]
(anatomy)
The membrane lining the heart.

Endocardium

 

the endothelial lining membrane of the heart, folds of which form the cardiac valves. Inflammation of the endocardium is called endocarditis.

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The non-contact mapping system is able to detect far-field unipolar endocardial electrograms, generated by the endocardial surface.
Intrathoracic subclavian vein approach is performed in more than 65% of all endocardial leads (5).
A dual chamber pacemaker has two leads: one is implanted on the right atrium and other on the right ventricle, hence mimicking normal physiological cardiac conduction.6 The advent of steroid eluting leads have led to improved stimulation thresholds and performance.3,8,9 The pacing leads can be implanted via transvenous (endocardial) or surgical (epicardial) route.
Chapter 3 -- Global Appendage Management Market Analysis 2013--2017 & Opportunity Assessment 2018--2028, By Product Type Based on the product type, the appendage management market is segmented into Epicardial LAA closure devices and Endocardial LAA closure devices.
An example of multivariate allometry: We studied the morphological significance of the endocardial cushion tissue and ventricular myocardium during cardiac development.
AtriCure announced the restart of the Dual Epicardial and Endocardial Procedure, or DEEP, clinical trial.
He was CFO and VP of global marketing for Endocardial Solutions.