Published in Lab Law Weekly, June 23rd, 2006
According to a report from France, "Thrombectomy could be an excellent approach on one condition (i.e., that all parts of the thrombus are removed). We propose to use a tool (i.e., the blower) to complete thrombectomy of the prosthetic mechanical valve."
A.A. Aroussi and colleagues at University Hospital Ponchaillou in Rennes explained, "The blower is a vaporizer that mixes air and heparinized saline with regulator of flow and proportion used in beating heart surgery. For thrombectomy, we have modified the air-water mixing part and intensity until we obtained a...
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