Hence, myelomeningocele sac should also be repaired as early as possible and shunts
should be inserted approximately 7 days after the closure of myelomeningocele sac.
Since its inception in 1986, Deltec has been a manufacturer of DC ammeter shunts
, available in ten different sizes, as well as fuse blocks.
The goal of the paper is the development and creation at the Research & Design Institute <<Molniya>> of the NTU <<KhPI>> of a coaxial disk shunt
of the IIIK-300M2 type which makes it possible to reliably measure the ATP of current pulses of artificial lightning in wide amplitude and time ranges with an action integral up to 15 x [10.
Background: Balanced adjustment of the portal vein shunt
volume during a transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunt
(TIPS) is critical for maintaining liver perfusion and decreasing the incidence of liver insufficiency.
In feline cases of liver shunts
, veterinarians often recommend a change to a low-protein therapeutic diet in addition to medication.
As was mentioned above, intracoronary shunts
ensure a good visualization in the place where distal anastomoses are applied, improve blood flow in the bypassed arteries, and prevent myocardial ischemia.
In recent military campaigns in Iraq and Afghanistan, role of temporary vascular shunt
has been highlighted as a measure to gain time and as a damage control entity.
On the other hand, only 35 % achieved long-term control without CSF shunts
in patients presented with tense fontanels and rapidly progressed hydrocephalus and the authors suggested that the main indication for CPC was mildly progressive communicating hydrocephalus in infants.
6) Sometimes the shunts
are detected as a result of encephalopathy or hyperammonemia.
are selected or designed to operate at a maximum continuous current of 2/3 rated current.
Abdominal complications of ventriculoperitoneal shunts
Ventriculoperitoneal (VP) shunts
are the mainstay of treatment for hydrocephalus which makes their complications an important avenue for discussion.