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The combination of both, high-standard CTO-PCI and an extracorporeal circulation support system, allows us to pursue the interventional procedure.
On the contrary a more aggressive approach with open aortic surgical repair under extracorporeal circulation and hypothermic arrest has been proposed as a definite treatment of aortic arch thrombus.
Mucosal perfusion impairment and reperfusion injury following the stabilization of systemic circulation due to extracorporeal circulation therapy might cause the injury of the mucosal vessel endothelium.
Mechanism of platelets activation during collection is not fully understood.19 Various theories have been put forward to explain the platelet activation during extracorporeal circulation.Exposure of platelets to physical forces and artificial surfaces of the collection set during extracorporeal circulation may result in platelet activation.20 Extracorporeal circulation, i.e.
In this study, we enrolled 50 consecutive newborns, infants, and small children, who underwent extracorporeal circulation circuit with various age of storage RBCs that are used for priming.
In order to counterbalance this sequence of events and to diminish oxidative injury, several studies have investigated the use of coating materials such as heparin, PMEA, and phosphorylcholine on the surface of Extracorporeal Circulation Circuit (ECC).
Meanwhile, the use of extracorporeal circulation system will lead to excessive activation of the coagulation system.
At her sister's recommendation, Davis decided in 1995 to pursue a career as a cardiovascular perfusionist, which is a medical professional who monitors and operates the extracorporeal circulation equipment during medical surgeries.
Among their topics are the historical development of minimized cardiopulmonary bypass, the blood-surface interface in miniaturized extracorporeal circulation systems, myocardial preservation techniques for mini-bypass, valve surgery using minimized perfusion circuits, and comparing minimized circulation with off-pump coronary artery bypass grafting and conventional surgery.
The new system opens up new possibilities for patients who require veno-venous support or veno-arterial support and the use of a minimal extracorporeal circulation. The intuitive control unit and the plug-and-play principle enables fast initiation and handling, even in emergency situations, he said.
The Extracorporeal Circulation (ECC) circuit requires full heparinization increasing risk of gastrointestinal bleeding.

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