Completely implantable total artificial heart system

A. Snyder, Gerson Rosenberg, William Weiss, W. Pierce, Walter Pae, J. Marlotte, R. Nazarian, S. Ford

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Abstract

The authors developed, built, and tested in vivo a completely implanted total artificial heart (TAH) system. The system used a reduced size version of a roller screw energy converter and mating sac blood pumps. The motor drive, pumps, and a compliance chamber were implanted intrathoracically. A canister containing controlling electronics and an emergency battery was implanted in the abdomen. The secondary coil of an inductive energy transmission and telemetry system was placed over the ribs. The system was implanted in three calves, that survived 0.5-13 days with the system. The system maintained safe left atrial pressures and adequate cardiac outputs during each animal's entire course.

Original languageEnglish (US)
JournalASAIO Transactions
Volume37
Issue number3
StatePublished - Jul 1 1991

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Artificial heart
Artificial Heart
Telemetry
Atrial Pressure
Ribs
Cardiac Output
Abdomen
Compliance
Emergencies
Pumps
Telemetering
Animals
Blood
Electronic equipment

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  • Biophysics

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Snyder, A., Rosenberg, G., Weiss, W., Pierce, W., Pae, W., Marlotte, J., ... Ford, S. (1991). Completely implantable total artificial heart system. ASAIO Transactions, 37(3).
Snyder, A. ; Rosenberg, Gerson ; Weiss, William ; Pierce, W. ; Pae, Walter ; Marlotte, J. ; Nazarian, R. ; Ford, S. / Completely implantable total artificial heart system. In: ASAIO Transactions. 1991 ; Vol. 37, No. 3.
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Snyder, A, Rosenberg, G, Weiss, W, Pierce, W, Pae, W, Marlotte, J, Nazarian, R & Ford, S 1991, 'Completely implantable total artificial heart system', ASAIO Transactions, vol. 37, no. 3.

Completely implantable total artificial heart system. / Snyder, A.; Rosenberg, Gerson; Weiss, William; Pierce, W.; Pae, Walter; Marlotte, J.; Nazarian, R.; Ford, S.

In: ASAIO Transactions, Vol. 37, No. 3, 01.07.1991.

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