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Interventional Cardiology Cath Core Lab

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  1. Service Providing Lab


  1. Resource Description
    The DHLRI Interventional Cath Core fosters the development of interventional devices, therapies, and techniques by providing a translational laboratory setting where basic research findings can be developed into clinically relevant treatments for cardiovascular diseases. The Non-GLP core is set up to accomadate a wide variety of interventional cardiac procedures using large animal models. Minimally invasive chronic procedures are permitted in this space. Non-cardiac studies can also benefit from the use of fluoroscopic guidance allowing real time x-ray confirmation during procedures. Orthopaedic groups have found it useful for guiding injections into joints. The aide of a contrast agent make it possible for surgeons to look for leaks following procedures in the GI tract. The core is equipped with an OEC 9800 mobile C-arm with cardiac package and digitally archived images. Support equipment include an anesthesia machine, ventilator, basic monitoring equipment (ECG, pressue, pulse Ox), cautery, IV pump, and power injector.
  2. Affiliation
    Dorothy M. Davis Heart and Lung Research Institute
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  4. Secondary affiliation
    College of Medicine
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