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Keyvan Amini Khoiy, Dipankar Biswas, Thomas N Decker, Kourosh T Asgarian, Francis Loth and Rouzbeh Amini Circulation November 11, 2016, Volume 134, Issue Suppl 1

...study to establish a framework for the measurement of the deformation of TV leaflets in a passive ex-vivo beating heart that mimicked the right ventricular dynamic pressure of the normal hearts. ...apexes of fresh porcine hearts (n= 8) were connected to a positive displacement pump (SuperPump AR Series, Vivitro Labs Inc., BC) to generate pulsatile flow in the right side of the hearts. The superior vena cava was connected to a reservoir as the inflow pathway and the pulmonary artery was used for the outflow pathway...

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Keyvan Amini Khoiy, Dipankar Biswas, Thomas N. Decker, Kourosh T. Asgarian, Francis Loth and Rouzbeh Amini; Journal of Biomechanical Engineering revised August 23, 2016

...For the first time, the porcine valve leaflets deformation was measured in a passive ex-vivo beating heart without isolating and remounting the valve annuli. In particular, the right ventricular apexes of porcine hearts (n = 8) were connected to a pulse-duplicator pump that maintained a pulsatile flow from and to a reservoir connected to the right atrium and the pulmonary arteries... A positive displacement pump 116 (SuperPump AR Series, Vivitro Labs Inc., BC, Canada) was connected to the apex of the right 117 ventricle after an incision was carefully made at this location (as described in more detail below)...

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Konduri S, Xing Y, Warnock JN, He Z, Yoganathan AP. - Ann Biomed Eng. 2005 Sep;33(9):1158-66.

The aortic valve functions in a complex mechanical environment which leads to force-dependent cellular and tissue responses. Characterization of these responses provides a fundamental understanding of valve pathogenesis. The aim of this work was to study the biological characteristics of native porcine aortic valves cultured in an ex vivo pulsatile organ culture system capable of maintaining physiological pressures (120/80 mmHg) and cardiac output (4.2 l/min).

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Hadi Daood Toeg, Ovais Abessi , Talal Al-Atassi, Laurent de Kerchove, Gebrine El-Khoury, Michel Labrosse, Munir Boodhwani, - Cardiovasc Surg, 2014

ABSTRACT Aortic valve (AV) repair (AVr) has become an attractive alternative to AV replacement for the correction of aortic insufficiency; however, little clinical evidence exists in determining which biomaterial at AVr would be optimal. Cusp replacement in AVr has... All aortic roots were connected to the ViVitro Left Heart Simulator (LHS; ViVitro Systems, Inc, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada) for baseline valve measurements acting as paired controls...

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James N. Warnock, Suchitra Konduri; Journal of Biomechanical Engineering: 127, Issue 5; 857.

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Osamu Kawaguchi, MD, Yoichi Goto, MD, Shiho Futaki, MD, Yuichi Ohgoshi, MD, Hitoshi Yaku, MD, Hiroyuki Suga, MDa; The Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery: 107; 850-859; 1994.

The purpose of this study was to determine the role of ventricular size or contractility in the effectiveness of dynamic cardiac compression in terms of the pressure-volume relationship and myocardial oxygen consumption. In 10 isolated cross-circulated dog hearts, the ventricle was directly compressed during systole.

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Osamu Kawaguchi, MDa, Yoichi Goto, MDb, Yuichi Ohgoshi, MDb, Hitoshi Yaku, MDb, Mitsuya Murase, MDa, Hiroyuki Suga, MDc; The Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery: 113; 923-931; 1997.

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J. M. Guccione, W. G. O’Dell, A. D. McCulloch and W. C. Hunter; American Journal of Physiology: 272; 1997.

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A Saini - 2011 - conservancy.umn.edu

The objective of this thesis is to 1) describe the product development cycle for the DS1000, a surgical instrument for Mitral Valve repair. A chapter is then provided for 2) adapting the device development cycle to a development cycle for a simulator. This is followed by 3)...

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Matthias F. Menne; Devesh Amatya; Rob Fraser; Maximilian Kuetting; Ulrich Steinseifer; Gerry Wight - Journal of the American College of Cardiology; Volume 64, Issue 11_S, September 2014

Commercially available in-vitro cardiac simulators offer testing opportunities for transcatheter valve therapies (TVT) as they are able to replicate the physiological flow and pressure accurately.

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