Examining Device For Examining An Aortic Valve And A Pulmonary Valve Competency

  • Published: Jul 16, 2008
  • Earliest Priority: Jan 15 2007
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An examining device for an aortic valve (43) and a pulmonary valve (46) competency has a cylinder (10) and a liquid infusion catheter assembly. The cylinder (10) has a proximal end, a distal end, a liquid channel and an air channel. The proximal end has a first opening and a transparent lens (13) on the proximal end and sealing the first opening. The distal end has a second opening (12) communicating with the first opening (15). The liquid channel has a liquid intake hole (14) and a liquid outtake hole (143) communicating with the liquid intake hole (14). The air channel has a first air intake hole (151) and an air outtake hole (15) communicating with the air intake hole (151). The liquid infusion catheter assembly connects with the proximal end of the cylinder (10). The examining device allows surgeons to immediately examine whether a surgery for valves is successful.


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  • Publication: Jul 16, 2008
  • Application: Jan 15, 2007
    EP EP 07000728 A
  • Priority: Jan 15, 2007
    EP EP 07000728 A

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