total bypass

total bypass

Bypassing local and long distance telephone lines by using satellite communications.
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Total bypass time was 81 minutes, cross clamp time was 52 minutes and ICU stay was 24 hours.
Base line lactate level from initial arterial blood gases was recorded, total bypass time, cross clamp time, Noradrenalin dose, flow rate, mean arterial pressure during CPB and post rewarming lactate level were recorded for all patients.
Aortic cross-clamp time was 224 min and total bypass time was 252 min.
Both SVC and IVC were fastened to achieve total bypass. The right atrium was opened along the atrioventricular groove.
Total bypass time and cross-clamp time were significantly high in Group I.
How well those cut-outs are sealed determines the fraction of total bypass air coming from the cable cut-outs and, more importantly, how much the total cooling-system airflow rate can be reduced.
Based on this finding in a study that included 456 patients and 582 total bypass grafts, preoperative screening for hypercoagulability syndromes is now being performed in high-risk patients considered for infrainguinal bypass grafting at the University of Chicago.
Pacific Northwest Bell estimates that if all its large users totally bypassed the local network--and a total bypass is highly unlikely--the company would have to raise local rates by $3.14 per month to make up for the lost revenues.
Total Bypass (CPB) Time (in mins)###115.7 +- 29.3###127.9 +- 53.6###0.22
Total bypass and cross- clamp times were significantly higher in Group II (pless than 0.0001 and pless than 0.0001).
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