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Q:Aortic valve replacement surgery?
This is a routine, well established procedure. The incidence of major complications are less than 4%. There are two kinds of artificial Heart Valves. One is mechanical, and the other is tissue valve. The mechanical valve requires the person to be on life long anti-coagulation therapy. This also requires periodic check on the persons pro thrombin time. Based on this, the anti-coaglation dose will be adjusted. The problem with anti-coagulation is that it may lead to bleeding complications. The tissue valve is made from the tissues of a bovine or porcine heart. The tissue is denatured to ensure that the valve is not rejected as a foreign tissue. (This is not a problem with mechanical valves.) Being made of tissue, these valves do not allow clots to form, which means that anti-coagulation after a short initial period is not required. This is a major advantage, especially for women, who may have some earlier bleeding problems. Then why are mechanical valves used at all? Being made from non-living denatured tissue, tissue valves cannot repair themselves. They also tend to get calcified in younger people with more calcium activity. They also have a shorter life than mechanical valves. Surgeons tend to favour mechanical valves for younger people (whose life expectancy is higher), and the tissue valve for the older, as such people may already have some bleeding problems, the valve's durability is not critical and the patient has lower calcium activity. These are general considerations. Only a surgeon armed with the full test results, and a knowledge of the patient history, who can advise the patient on what is the best option in each case. To reiterate, AVR (Aortic Valve Replacement, not my initials) is a routine procedure and recovery tends to be uneventful. Wish you all the best, and as uneventful a recovery as possible.
Q:chevy valve ajustment?
my first engine in my 57 chevy sure miss that old thing still kicking myslf in the butt for letting it go. there are two adjustments hot and cold, is the engine running,if so just pull the valve cover off and with the engine running just adj the 5/8 bolt on the rocker to take the tapping out at the same time listen to the sound of the engine for over adjustment
Q:Are Valve, Infinity Ward and Activision going to fix the hacking in Call of Duty MW2 multiplayer?
Well first off Activision fired infinity ward so chances are slim to none (they hired Bungie, guys who created halo).. valve doesnt have a thing to do with the game and generally Activision are lazy asses so id count the chances around 1 in 100
Q:Trumpet valves making weird sound?
No, there shouldn't be any scraping sounds. Yikes! It may be simply that the spring guide is misaligned. I'd pull the valve and try to make sure it locks-in when you replace it. On Yamaha's, the valve guide locks in with the valve facing forward (or backward - but you won't be able to blow through it with the valve down). So pull it. Look to see if there's a number engraved on the top section of the valve, and if so... it faces the player. Once you slide it in, turn it side to side slightly. If it won't turn, the valve guide is in place. If it turns a little, you should eventually hear the valve guide snap into the groove and you won't be able to turn it. If the scraping sound continues, the spring may be bent and need to be replaced (easy do-it-yourself kits available on-line). As to the sound, my guess is that this is just a matter of adjusting to a MUCH smaller mouthpiece than you're used to using. Everyone sounds awful when they start. That said... You should also check to see that the spit-valve corks are there and sealing the tuning slide and third valve slide completely. They'll fall off sometimes, which creates a leak and thus an annoying buzz in the sound. It's a good student model trumpet, so congrats on the purchase, and enjoy!
Q:Tricuspid Valve surgery?
you in straightforward terms choose surgical operation whether it rather is ruining your life or if the surgeon thinks it is going to without warning worsen. Open coronary heart surgical operation contains an significant possibility. in the event that they carried out it on each and every case of something being incorrect, greater human beings could be worse off after the surgical operation than till now the surgical operation.
Q:Where is the mixer valve on a '94 Dodge Caravan with a 3.0 V6 engine?
if it is a fuel injected vehicle and i'm pretty sure it is. It is a computer controled system you have to take it in to get adjusted.
Q:I plan on buy a BLOWOFF VALVE and woundering where does the BLOWOFF VALVE goes in my car?
A blowoff valve is used in high-powered turbocharged engines. It allows for compressed intake air to be vented out to the atmosphere to reduce turbo lag that occurs due to excessive pressure buildup. It's not necessary for factory turbocharged engines, but if you have designed your own system you may want to add one. If you are unfamiliar with how turbocharging works - other than it makes your car go vrooom - then I highly suggest you take the car to a speed shop and have them analyse the car to determine whether you even need a BOV.
Q:EGR Valve...?
EGR is exhaust gas recirculation. Nothing more than to help out the environment. Simply puts exhaust gasses back through the motor to reduce (NOx). Since the exhaust gas is very stable (inert) it will not burn again, lowering combustion chamber temps when introduced. As mentioned it is a ufo looking piece, usually located in the engine bay where it can be seen.
Q:how do i open the power valves?
They open different amounts at different RPM ranges. Opening them all the way would cause the engine to have zero power until the engine is reving wide open.
Q:Aortic valve replacement?
Without surgery, a person with aortic stenosis who has angina or signs of heart failure may do poorly. Possible Complications * Arrhythmias * Endocarditis * Left-sided heart failure * Left ventricular hypertrophy (enlargement) caused by the extra work of pushing blood through the narrowed valve Aortic stenosis can be cured with surgery. After surgery there is a risk for irregular heart rhythms, which can cause sudden death, and blood clots, which can cause a stroke. There is also a risk that the new valve will stop working and need to be replaced. According to a prospective, single-center, nonrandomized study of 25 patients, percutaneous implantation of an aortic valve prosthesis in high risk patients with aortic stenosis results in marked hemodynamic and clinical improvement when successfully completed. Medium- and long-term results are unknown. When selecting the optimal therapy for individual patients, the percutaneous approach must be carefully weighed against the excellent results achieved with conventional surgery. Please note that I am not a medical professional.

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