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Circuit for paediatric cardioplegia Overview of the Cardioplegia Circuit antegrade needles In the normal direction of blood flow, antegrade cannulae are made to supply cardioplegia solution to the heart through the coronary ostia (antegrade perfusion).With little discomfort to the patient, a typical paediatric oxygen mask can provide considerable oxygen therapy. Air should not be used to deliver nebulizers; instead, use oxygen. A Swedish nose (0.125-4L/min) or tracheostomy mask (4–15L/min) can be used to administer oxygen.
One of the cardiotomy suction tubes is used to connect the vents to the CPB circuit. The cardiotomy suction tubes are short lengths of tubing used to return blood to the CPB circuit using a roller pump. Blood loss in the surgical area can be stopped and restored to the venous reservoir once the patient has been heparinized. By bringing “shed blood” back into the circuit where it may circulate, this reduces bleeding. Some facilities will additionally use a “cell-saver” device to suction back shed blood; this device does not return the blood to the venous reservoir. Blood is gathered in a chamber where the serous component can be removed by processing.
The Global Paediatric Cardioplegia Circuit market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
During the projected period, the market will rise due to the ongoing development of novel minimally invasive technologies and the rising number of paediatric patients. Congenital heart conditions in children are becoming more common, regulatory agencies are taking steps to strengthen the interventional cardiology market, and market participants are spending more money on R&D for new heart controller products, all of which are contributing to the growth of the global paediatric interventional cardiology market.
Global production breakup of Global Paediatric Cardioplegia Circuit market, by suppliers and their OEM relationship
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