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1. relating to the system that moves blood through the body and that includes…

Many studies suggest alpha-stat and alkaline-stat strategy as a preferred management prior to circulatory arrest and during the period of rewarming.

This either implies a failure to recognize the associated circulatory disorders or a failure to record them.


A comparison of the developmental and neurologic status at one year of children who underwent heart surgery using hypothermic circulatory arrest or low-flow cardiopulmonary bypass.

We did not give any treatment to our fetus, since overt circulatory failure did not develop during the carefully monitored fetal course.

These phagocytic haemocytes, which are able to distinguish foreign, non-self material, can move freely from the circulatory system into the connective tissue and vice versa.

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The circulatory changes that result in functional closure of the foramen are sudden and abrupt, occurring within the first few minutes after birth.

It is likely, nonetheless, that the technique of circulatory arrest can be improved to reduce cerebral injury.

In summary, bypass using low flow or circulatory arrest is essential for the successful repair of complex congenital heart defects in neonates and young infants.

Choreoathetosis in infants following cardiac surgery with deep hypothermia and circulatory arrest.

Eighty-four percent of the programs place ice packs around the head when circulatory arrest is used.

In the event of a pandemic, sudden deaths from circulatory disease are likely to occur.

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Forty-five minutes should probably be viewed as the upper acceptable limit of circulatory arrest duration with current techniques.

Techniques for profound hypothermia, low flow, and circulatory arrest require hemodilution, thus creating a need for augmentation of red blood cells following bypass.

Choreoathetosis is an enigmatic and sometimes devastating complication which has been described following cardiac surgery using bypass both with and without circulatory arrest.

Duration of circulatory arrest does influence the psychological development of a child after cardiac operations early in life.

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