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Open

Used in the context of general equities. Having either buy or sell interest at the indicated price level and side of a preceding trade. "Open on the buy/sell side" means looking for buyers/sellers (for someone who is a seller/buyer). Antithesis of clean.

Open

1. The time trading begins on an exchange. This is important to matters like a security's opening price or opening bid. See also: Close.

2. An order to buy or sell a security that has not yet been filled. Some orders are only open for a certain amount of time, while some remain open until they are filled. See also: IOC, GTC.
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No physicians, clinicians or staff were, or are, at risk for this infection; the highest risk is believed to be limited to patients who underwent open-heart surgery at WellSpan York Hospital within the past four years, up to July 24, 2015.
We've been told she's probably the youngest ever to have open-heart surgery.
It is not approved for patients who can be treated by open-heart surgery.
The procedure we are evaluating does not require open-heart surgery or surgical removal of the native valve, which makes this potential treatment option especially desirable because so many patients with aortic stenosis are not able to withstand surgery," said Lamelas.
The Melody extends the useful life of an implanted valve conduit and is very likely to reduce the number of open-heart operations a patient might require over a lifetime," he added.
The implantable device currently costs about $17,000; with a typical open-heart operation, the hospital bill runs about $50,000, Winkle says.
She created the open-heart design through the series of her original "Healing Hearts" paintings in watercolors and oils.
Children born with blocked or leaky heart valves usually undergo multiple open-heart surgeries before reaching adulthood to replace conduits that have worn out or that they have outgrown," said Dr.
This advance suggests that people who are too ill to undergo open-heart surgery may still get their worn out valve replaced.
1) Jerrick De Leon - born 13 weeks premature - recuperates Friday after undergoing open-heart surgery Feb.
Such arrhythmias can be difficult to treat with drugs or open-heart surgery, but with electrical shock administered by catheter, Patrick Tchou and his colleagues at the University of Wisconsin in Milwaukee appear to have eliminated the patients' tachycardia.
Hamman discussed the mid-term results of a small, retrospective study of the Company's ATRILAZE[TM] System for cardiac tissue ablation in concomitant open-heart surgical procedures during a poster session Saturday afternoon.