perfusion techniques

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perfusion techniques

perfusion techniques

Simplified technique for antegrade cerebral perfusion

Are all antegrade cerebral perfusion techniques equal?


Neonatal repair of right interrupted aortic arch with cerebro-myocardial perfusion technique

Occlusion and stenosis of coronary perfusion graft after reconstruction of ascending aorta with the cabrol technique

A simple distal coronary perfusion technique in off-pump coronary artery bypass

Alternate antegrade/retrograde perfusion: an effective technique to preserve hypertrophied hearts during valvular surgery

Arch and descending aortic aneurysms: influence of perfusion technique on neurological outcome

Arch first technique under deep hypothermic circulatory arrest with retrograde cerebral perfusion

Measurements of oxygen permeability coefficients of rice (Oryza sativa L.) roots using a new perfusion technique

Isolated lung perfusion and related techniques for the treatment of pulmonary metastases

5798Diagnostic value of global myocardial perfusion reserve assessment based on two different non-invasive CMR techniques: coronary sinus flow measurements vs. first-pass myocardial perfusion imaging

Assessing myocardial perfusion with the transthoracic Doppler technique in patients with reperfused anterior myocardial infarction: comparison with angiographic, enzymatic and electrocardiographic indices

Selective antegrade three-vessel cerebral perfusion: a technique to protect the brain and the lower body?

Repair of the descending thoracic aorta: impact of open distal anastomosis technique on spinal cord perfusion, neurological outcome and spinal cord histopathology

Comparing the ultrastructural effects of two different cardiac preparation- and perfusion-techniques in a porcine model of extracorporal long-term preservation

Cannulation of the brachiocephalic trunk during surgery of the thoracic aorta: a simplified technique for antegrade cerebral perfusion


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Methods of maintaining a live organ in isolation by circulating fluid containing essential nutrients and oxygen through and around the organ. Maintaining the circulation through an organ allows the delivery of nutrients to the tissues and the removal from them of toxins and waste products. Perfusion techniques are particularly useful in studying the metabolism of drugs in isolation in an intact organ, such as the liver or kidney.

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