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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Flow Visualization In Blood Aspirator And Cardiotomy Reservoir Used In Cardiopulmonary Bypass [visualização De Refluxo Em Aspirador De Sangue E Reservatório De Cardiotomia Usados Em Circulação Extracorpórea]|
|Author:||Vieira Junior F.U.|
Petrucci Junior O.
de Oliveira P.P.M.
Silveira Filho L.M.
|Abstract:||Objective: One of the major damages caused by occlusion in roller pumps is hemolysis. Comparative studies between roller pumps with non-occlusive adjustments and centrifugal pumps have been made in recent decades in an attempt to develop new products and adjustments that cause fewer traumas to the figurative elements of blood. Usually the roller pumps are adjusted by the static method due to concern variables flow that can occur with non-occlusive settings. Excessive slack in the rollers provokes back flow and can provides errors in the calculation of flow by the rotation of the pump, according to the devices added to the circuit and the systemic resistance of the patient. The objective of this study is to evaluate the back flow caused by two types of roller pumps in blood aspirator and cardiotomy reservoir. Methods: Back flow visualization was performed in blood aspirator and cardiotomy reservoir. There were tested two different models of roller pumps, adjusted by drop rate and dynamic calibration. The tests were conducted with silicone tubes of 3/8 x 1/16 e 1/2 x 3/32 inches in diameter in water and solution similar to blood. Results: We recorded back flow visually in blood aspirator and in cardiotomy reservoir with their measure of values. The pumps had differences in refluxes measured adjusted by the dynamic calibration method. Pump#2 presents back flow adjusted fully occluded. Conclusion: The back flow measured in two models of pump present differences (P <0.008). The results indicate differences in its characteristics caused by the process of manufacturing, design or possible wear. Non-occlusive adjustments may cause variations in flow with the increase of resistance added to the circuit, with difficulty to fix the flow by increasing the rotation.|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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