Important: Use custom search function to get better results from our thousands of pages

Use " " for compulsory search eg:"electronics seminar" , use -" " for filter something eg: "electronics seminar" -"/tag/" (used for exclude results from tag pages)

Thread Rating:
  • 0 Vote(s) - 0 Average
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
Cardiopulmonary Bypass machine pdf

Cardiopulmonary Bypass machine

.ppt   Cardiopulmonary Bypass.ppt (Size: 1.04 MB / Downloads: 39)


The components and operation of perfusion systems
The humoral response to cardiopulmonary bypass,
The consequences of extracorporeal perfusion in terms of organ damage


Cardiopulmonary bypass (CPB) is a technique that temporarily takes over the function of the heart and lungs during surgery , maintaining the circulation of blood and the oxygen content of the body. The CPB pump itself is often referred to as a heart-lung machine or "the pump".

Uses of cardiopulmonary bypass

Cardiopulmonary bypass is commonly used in heart surgery because of the difficulty of operating on the beating heart .
CPB can be used for the induction of total body hypothermia .

Venous Cannulation and Drainage

Venous blood usually enters the circuit by gravity or siphonage into a venous reservoir placed 40 to 70 cm below the level of the heart (Negative pressure is sometimes applied to the venous lines to provide assisted venous drainage using a roller pump or centrifugal pump)
The amount of drainage is determined by central venous pressure(IV volume,ven.compliance); the height differential; resistance in cannulas, tubing, and connectors; and absence of air within the system.
If inadequate blood volume …wall collapse ..fluttering… add volume to pnt .


Complications associated with venous cannulation and drainage, These include:-
Atrial arrhythmias.
Atrial or caval tears and bleeding.
Air embolization, injury or obstruction due to catheter malposition.
Reversing arterial and venous lines, and unexpected decannulation.
Placing tapes around the cavae may lacerate branches, nearby vessels (e.g., the right pulmonary artery), or the cava itself.

Arterial Cannulation

The tip of the arterial cannula is usually the narrowest part of the perfusion system
High-velocity jets may damage the aortic wall, dislodge atheroemboli, produce dissections, disturb flow to nearby vessels, and cause cavitation and hemolysis.

Venous Reservoir

The venous reservoir serves as volume reservoir.
This reservoir serves as a high-capacitance receiving chamber for venous return;
facilitates gravity drainage; is a venous bubble trap;
provides a convenient place to add drugs, fluids, or blood; and adds storage capacity for the perfusion system, as much as 1 to 3 L of blood may be translocated from patient to circuit when full CPB is initiated.
The venous reservoir also provides several seconds of reaction time if venous return is suddenly decreased or stopped during perfusion.
Disadvantages include the use of silicon antifoam compounds, which may produce microemboli.

Filters and Bubble Traps

During clinical cardiac surgery with CPB the wound and the perfusion circuit generate gaseous and biologic and nonbiologic particulate microemboli (<500 µm diameter).
Microemboli produce much of the morbidity associated with cardiac operations using CPB.
Gaseous emboli contain oxygen or nitrogen and may enter the perfusate from multiple sources (stopcocks, sampling and injection sites, priming solutions, priming procedures, intravenous fluids, vents, the cardiotomy reservoir, tears or breaks in the perfusion circuit, loose sutures, rapid warming of cold blood, cavitation, oxygenators) and pass through other components of the system.
Blood produces a large number of particulate emboli related to thrombus formation (clots), fibrin, platelet and platelet-leukocyte aggregation, hemolyzed red cells, cellular debris, fat particles and denatured proteins.

Starting Cardiopulmonary Bypass

CPB is started at the surgeon’s request with concurrence of the anesthesiologist and perfusionist. As venous return enters the machine, the perfusionist progressively increases arterial flow while monitoring the patient’s blood pressure and volume levels in all reservoirs. Six observations are critical:
Is venous drainage adequate for the desired flow?
Is pressure in the arterial line acceptable?
Is arterial blood adequately oxygenated?
Is systemic arterial pressure acceptable?
Is systemic venous pressure acceptable?
Is the heart adequately decompressed?
Once full stable cardiopulmonary bypass is established for at least 2 minutes, lung ventilation is discontinued, perfusion cooling may begin, and the aorta may be clamped for arresting the heart.
Cardio-Pulmonary Circulation with the Pulmonary Heart Machine

[Image: Perfusionist_opearting_heart_lung_machine.jpg]

An extracorporeal circulation pump (ECC), often called the heart lung machine or simply as the "pump", mimics the function of the heart and lungs by temporarily assuming heart and lung function during surgery so the surgeon can working a surgical field without blood. Used during coronary artery bypass and other heart surgeries, as well as heart and lung transplantation, the heart-lung machine is an accessory in any cardiac operating room.

However, as with any pump, the flow of the pump is subject to change and verification of the actual flow of the pump is recommended. That's why you see so many Transonic Tubing Flowsensors applied to CPB circuits inside the RUPs. To avoid this need for an external quality assurance sensor, heart-lung machine manufacturers have incorporated the Transonic flow into their machines to ensure that the correct flows are pumped through the cardiopulmonary bypass circuits during these critical surgeries.

Marked Categories : latest topics for seminar on cpb, http seminarprojects com thread cardiopulmonary bypass machine pdf, bypass heart lung machine ppt, organ damage cardiopulmonary bypass ppt, www seminar report of heart lung machine, cardiopulmonary bypass ppt, seminar topics on cardiopulmonary,

Quick Reply
Type your reply to this message here.

Image Verification
Please enter the text contained within the image into the text box below it. This process is used to prevent automated spam bots.
Image Verification
(case insensitive)

Possibly Related Threads...
Thread Author Replies Views Last Post
  Development of Electronic Nose for Diagnosis of Lung Cancer at Early Stage pdf seminar projects maker 1 918 28-08-2017, 04:28 PM
Last Post: jaseela123
  A Pseudo Lossless Image Compression Method pdf study tips 0 877 22-08-2013, 04:52 PM
Last Post: study tips
  Determination of Angry Condition based on EEG, Speech and Heartbeat pdf study tips 0 1,056 09-07-2013, 04:56 PM
Last Post: study tips
  Artifact removal from EEG signals using adaptive filters in cascade pdf study tips 0 828 26-06-2013, 12:32 PM
Last Post: study tips
  MEMS Applications Overview pdf study tips 0 807 24-06-2013, 04:55 PM
Last Post: study tips
  Homeostasis pdf study tips 0 1,009 17-06-2013, 01:01 PM
Last Post: study tips
  Carbon Nanotubes for Biomedical Applications pdf study tips 0 1,013 29-05-2013, 02:27 PM
Last Post: study tips
  Content-Based Microscopic Image Retrieval System for Multi-Image Queries pdf study tips 0 1,077 28-05-2013, 12:32 PM
Last Post: study tips
  Bioinspired Computing - the Evolving Scenario pdf study tips 0 639 01-05-2013, 01:02 PM
Last Post: study tips
  DNA CHIP TECHNOLOGY: A REVIEW pdf study tips 0 1,051 20-04-2013, 03:12 PM
Last Post: study tips
This Page May Contain What is Cardiopulmonary Bypass machine pdf And Latest Information/News About Cardiopulmonary Bypass machine pdf,If Not ...Use Search to get more info about Cardiopulmonary Bypass machine pdf Or Ask Here