Heart Replacement: Artificial Heart 6

Heart Replacement: Artificial Heart 6

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ISBN-13: 9784431659235
Publisher: Springer Japan
Publication date: 07/15/2012
Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1998
Pages: 524
Product dimensions: 8.27(w) x 10.98(h) x 0.04(d)

Table of Contents

I Total Artificial Heart.- Prospects for Implantable Circulatory Support.- Implantable Devices.- Ultracompact, High-Performance, Completely Implantable Permanent Electromechanical Total Artificial Heart.- Development of a Totally Implantable Intrathoracic Ventricular Assist Device.- Use of an Improved Linear Motor-Driven Total Artificial Heart in an Acute Animal Experiment.- Artificial Heart with a Highly Efficient and Sensorless Fuzzy-Controlled Energy Converter.- Basic Research.- Over 500 Days’ Survival of a Goat with a Total Artificial Heart with 1/R Control.- Heat Dissipation from Artificial Hearts: Characterizing Tissue Responses and Defining Safe Levels.- Brain and Spinal Cord Lesions with Long-Term Total Artificial Heart Pumping.- An Adaptive Cardiac Output Control for the Total Artificial Heart Using a Self-Tuning Proportional-Integral-Derivative (PID) Controller.- Acoustical Characteristics of a Moving Actuator Type Total Artificial Heart.- Vortex Blood Pump.- II Heart Transplantation.- Bridging for Heart Transplantation by Different Types of Ventricular Assist Device.- Mechanisms of Exercise Response in Denervated Heart After Transplant.- What Will Happen to Permanent Left Ventricular Assist Device Recipients? Clues from Long-Term Outcomes of Heterotopic Heart Transplants.- III Biomaterials.- Biomaterials: Facts and Fiction.- Blood Compatibility.- Calcification and Thrombus Formation on Polymer Surfaces of an Artificial Heart.- Surface Modification Techniques for the Artificial Heart.- Durability of Endothelial Cell Monolayers Inside a Beating Cardiac Prosthesis.- Evaluation of a Newly Developed, Heparin-Bonded Artificial Lung in Chronic Animal Experiments.- Device-Related Problems.- Alumina Ceramic and Polyethylene: Materials for the Double Pivot Bearing System of an Implantable Centrifugal Ventricular Assist Device.- Highly Blood-Compatible Surface Consisting of a Silicon-Containing Block Copolymer with Supramolecular Structure.- Development of a Fracture and Wear-Resistant Titanium Graphite Composite.- Influence of Microporous Structures on Mural Thrombosis and Endothelialization at Blood-Contacting Surfaces.- IV Ventricular Assist Devices.- The HeartMate Left Ventricular Assist System: Looking into the Future.- The Jarvik 2000 Oxford System. Prospects for the Future.- V Clinical Application.- Ventricular Assist Systems: Clinical Application.- Clinical Application 1.- International Paediatric Ventricular Assist Device Registry.- The UCLA Experience with Assist Devices as a Bridge to Transplantation in End-Stage Heart Failure.- Medically Unresponsive Pulmonary Hypertension: Heterotopic Cardiac Transplant Versus Mechanical Support.- First Experience of Novacor Implant at the Heart Institute of Japan.- Application of Wearable Novacor Left Ventricular Assist System for Patients with End-Stage Cardiomyopathy: Osaka Experience.- Clinical Application 2.- Ventricular Circulatory Support with the Abiomed System as a Bridge to Heart Transplantation.- Bridging to Cardiac Transplantation with the Thoratec Ventricular Assist Device in Australia.- Patient Selection for Successful Outcome with the CardioWest Total Artificial Heart as a Bridge to Heart Transplantation.- Bridge for Transplantation with the Symbion and Cardiowest Total Artificial Heart: The Pitie Experience.- Muscle Pumps.- The Effect of Cardiomyoplasty on Coronary Blood Flow and Diastolic Dimension of the Left Ventricle.- What Is the Ideal Frequency for Skeletal Muscle Ventricle Electrical Stimulation?.- Muscle Blood Pump Driven by Roller Screw Linear Actuator.- Circulatory Assistance Using Linear Skeletal Muscle Ventricle.- VI Pathophysiology.- Mechanoenergetics of Natural Hearts: Contractility, Mechanical Energy, Oxygen Consumption, and Efficiency.- Treatment of Idiopathic Dilated Cardiomyopathy (Beta-Cardiomyopathy) by Insertion of a Left Ventricular Mechanical Support System.- Altered Hemodynamic, Humoral, and Metabolic Conditions in Nonpulsatile Systemic Circulation.- Influence of Long-Term Support upon the Severely Failing Left Ventricle.- Sympathetic Nerve Adjustment to Artificial Circulation.- Pathological Study of a Goat That Survived for 532 Days with a Total Artificial Heart Using the 1/R Control Method.- The Role of Pulsatility in End-Organ Microcirculation After Cardiogenic Shock.- A New Index for Characterizing Pulsatility: Recovery of Renal Function.- VII Engineering.- Further Development of the Moving-Actuator Type Total Artificial Heart.- The “Cool Seal” Concept: A Low-Temperature Mechanical Seal with Recirculating Purge System for Rotary Blood Pumps.- Remote Energy Transmission for Powering Artificial Hearts and Assist Devices.- New Insight into the Fracture and Wear Problems of a Mechanical Heart Valve — In Vitro Microstrain, Creep Rupture, and Wear Studies.- Basic Study Towards the Establishment of a Fabrication Technology for a Vacuum-Formed Blood Pump.- VIII New Approaches.- A Review and Assessment of Investigative Methods for Mechanically Induced Blood Trauma: Special Aspects in Rotary Blood Pumps.- Remote Monitoring and Control of Artificial Hearts and Assist Devices.- Fractal Dimension Analysis of Heart Rate Variability with Left Ventricular Assist Device.- Parameter Optimization Approach to Estimation of Emax Under Cardiac Assistance.- Development and Clinical Application of Silicon-Coated Leak-Free Oxygenator with a Built-in Hemoconcentration Function.- IX From Pulsatile to Nonpulsatile.- Magnetically Suspended Centrifugal Pump as an Implantable Ventricular Assist System.- In Vivo Evaluation of an Intraventricular Axial Flow Blood Pump.- Improvements in the Design of the Monopivot Magnetic-Suspension Blood Pump.- The DeBakey/NASA Axial Flow Ventricular Assist Device.- X Posters.- The Design of a Linear Oscillatory Actuator for an Artificial Heart.- Reintroduction of the Jarvik/CardioWest Total Artificial Heart as a Bridge to Transplant.- Application of Adaptive Pole Assignment Method to Vascular Resistance-Based Control for Total Artificial Heart.- Relationship Between Atrial Pressures and the Interventricular Pressure in the Moving Actuator Type Total Artificial Heart.- Progress in Developing a Permanent Totally Implantable Pulsatile Impeller Total Artificial Heart.- The Combined Use of Extra-Aortic Balloon Counterpulsation and a Ventricular Assist Cup for Acute Heart Failure in Dogs — Effects on Regional Blood Flow.- Implantable Rotary Blood Pump Performs as Well as Pulsatile Pneumatic Assist Device.- Implantation of a Ventricular Assist Device in Animals: Progress and Regress.- Ventricular Assist Device Made with Silicone Valves and Silicone Blood Chamber.- Evaluation of Pump Performance of a Percutaneous-Type Pulsatile Left Ventricular Assist Device (MAD Type 5 and Type 6).- Automatic Regulation of Output of an Electrohydraulic Left Ventricular Assist Device Using the Polymer Bellows Water Pressure and Motor Current.- Scintigraphic Analysis of Cell Adhesion in Oxygenators and Internal Organs.- Surface Fixation of Lumbrokinase via Photochemical Reaction of Azidophenyl Group.- The Effect of Lumbrokinase, a Trypsin-Like Enzyme from Lumbricus rubellus, on Human Blood Cells.- Multivariate Analysis of Key Factors in Clinical Results of Postcardiotomy Circulatory Support.- Clinical Experience with Percutaneous Cardiopulmonary in Postcardiotomy Cardiogenic Shock.- Feasibility of Ferromagnetic Artificial Cells for Artificial Circulation.- Arterial Resonance Inferred from Analysis of Arterial Impedance.- Artificial Heart Flow Visualization Tests — A Comparative Study of Different Valves, Ventricle Geometries, and Control Parameters.- Successful Dynamic Cardiomyoplasty with Pharmaceutical Support.- Scientific Exhibitions.- Key Word Index.

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