R. Noisser

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In patients with implanted rotary pumps, the arterial pressure pulsatility is usually far lower than in normal individuals. Depending on the remaining degree of pulsatility, cuff-based systems such as the classical Riva-Rocci-determination of arterial blood pressure and correlated sounds or pressure measurements based on cuffpressure oscillations become(More)
In clinical application of rotary blood pumps, flow obstruction as a result of suction of the inflow cannula, kinking of tubing, or thrombus formation occurs quite frequently. Early detection of such problems is essential to avoid hemolysis, tissue degradation, or release of thrombi to the patient. A program was developed for automatic observation of pump(More)
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