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Graft

An informal term for bribery.
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The global hemodialysis vascular graft market, by raw material, was dominated by PTFE grafts with a revenue share of 45.0% in 2018.
Answer: Duodenal penetration of the aortofemoral vascular graft
Therefore, we decided to reconstruct the external artery using a polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) vascular graft to achieve adequate blood flow.
In a prospective, randomized multicenter research study, researchers examined the comparison of patients with a 6 mm carbon-coated Bard Carboflo vascular graft or an uncoated Bard ePTFE vascular graft for a femoral-anterior tibial artery bypass.
Seifalian, "Addressing thrombogenicity in vascular graft construction," Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part B: Applied Biomaterials, vol.
Q fever has reportedly been associated with abdominal aortic aneurysm, aortoenteric fistula, lower limb fistula, vascular graft infection, vertebral body erosions, CNS infection, fever of unknown origin, and possible pancreatitis [3,4,7-10].
Having pioneered biomedical research in India, Dr Valiathan is credited with the development of artificial heart valves, blood bags, oxygenerators, and vascular grafts, among other path-breaking devices.
Geometrical Characteristic of Composite Prototype Vascular Grafts. Table 4 shows the geometric characteristic of the new composite prototype vascular graft.
[81] produce a nanofibrous vascular graft by electrospinning of PCL functionalized with an arginine-glycine-aspartic acid-(RGD-) containing molecule named NapFFGRGD.
Abos et al., "Diagnosis of prosthetic vascular graft infection by technetium-99m-HMPAO-labeled leukocytes," Journal of Nuclear Medicine, vol.
A long term success of a biodegradable vascular graft must depend on proper regeneration of the vessel wall.
Radiologists, surgeons, nuclear medicine physicians, and other physicians from Europe, South America, Israel, and the US cover the epidemiology of infections; clinical aspects of bacterial osteomyelitis; and the radiological imaging and nuclear medicine imaging of osteomyelitis, spine infections, spondylodiscitis, soft tissue infections, abdominal infections and inflammatory disease, vascular graft infection, tuberculosis and HIV, and fever of unknown origin.
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