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Chatterjee T et al.  
Nonsurgical closure of secundum atrial septal defect and patent foramen ovale

Journal of Clinical and Basic Cardiology 2001; 4 (1): 35-38

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ASD- und PFO-Occluder
Figure 1a-e: 1a: Sideris buttoned device with two components: x-shaped wire skeleton with polyurethane foam (occluder) [arrow-head] and counter-occluder [thin arrow]. 1b: Sideris selfcentering buttoned device. 1c: Angel-Wings: Two interconnected square nitinol wire frames. Dacron patch with central conjoint ring. 1d: PFO-Star: Two square components, with four-arm, stainless steel wire cross covered with Dacron patches. 1e: Amplatzer-device: nitinol wire frame woven into flat buttons with a short connecting waist. The wire frame filled with polyester fiber tissue resulting in localized thrombosis, thereby occluding the interatrial connection.

Keywords: AmplatzerAmplatzerAngel-WingsAngel-WingsDacronDacronPFO-StarPFO-StarSiderisSideris
Vorhofseptumdefekt Verschlu▀
Figure 2: Success rate of atrial septal defect closure

Keywords: AtriumClosureSchemaseptal defectSeptumVerschlussVorhof
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