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Kantrowitz CardioVad™

Description:... The Kantrowitz cardiovad is a unique left ventricular assist device that helps the failing heart wor...d disconnect the external power source for minutes or hours. The Kantrowitz cardiovad is the only heart-assist device with the on-off feature to reach human tria...
Company:L.VAD Technology, Inc.
CardioVad in other areas

The CardioVAD: Help for Patients Dying of Heart Failure

The CardioVAD is triggered by the electrical. activity of the native heart (Figure 2) and is set ... currently implants the CardioVAD (Figure3) ...

Read Doyle's story.

October 30, 2000: Clifford Doyle, a 73-year-old former Chicago policeman, became the first patient ever to be ... The Kantrowitz CardioVad (TM) System ...

MISMR : Services : Symposium 2000

The Kantrowitz CardioVad™ is the only heart-assist device that can be turned on ... Both the CardioVad for long term use by the patient at home and the intraaortic ...

SignOnSanDiego Science News -- At death's door a year ago, heart ...

SignOnSanDiego: We really, really ... device, called the Kantrowitz CardioVad, is attached by a ... Doyle hooks up CardioVad when he tires, which was nearly ...

New Lease On Life

Omaha Nebraska Local News, Omaha News, Weather, Sports, Breaking News, Severe Weather, School ... The CARDIOVAD decreases the workload by about 50 percent. ...

Treating Heart Failure - Health News Story - WSOC Charlotte

The CardioVad decreases the workload by about 50 percent. ... The main working components of the CardioVad are located outside the body. ...
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