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2 Antibiotic-integrated shunts have been reported to decrease the risk of shunt infection.
Based in Norwalk, California, Deltec is one of the premier US manufacturers of current shunts and fuse-block holders.
All Riedon precision current shunt resistors employ rugged designs for increased durability.
In [9], the design of a shunt shunt for the measurement of pulsed currents of microsecond duration with amplitude of up to 75 kA was presented.
Liver shunts are less commonly diagnosed in cats than in dogs, but they are diagnosed in both species," says Leni Kaplan, MS, DVM, at Cornell.
Clinical Evaluation of the Use of Temporary Intracoronary Shunts According to Clinical Trials
All shunts were placed in proximal arteries using different sterilized materials according to the size of vessel.
On the other hand, there were 1087 cases of various kinds of CSF shunt, including 230 ventriculoperitoneal shunts (VPS).
Congenital extrahepatic portosystemic shunts are characterized by portomesenteric blood draining directly to a systemic vein, bypassing hepatic flow either completely or partially.
The positioning and orientation of shunts must ensure these conditions are met.
Asymptomatic perforated viscus and gram-negative ventriculitis as a complication of valve-regulated ventriculoperitoneal shunts.