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Masters Series Mechanical Heart Valve Standard Cuff

Masters Series Mechanical Heart Valve Standard Cuff

PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

  • Pyrolytic carbon leaflets and orifice ring offer exceptional durability and increased thromboresistance1
  • 85 degree leaflet opening angle offers improved laminar flow and reduces turbulence2-4
  • Controlled torque rotation mechanism allows for easy rotation and intraoperative adjustment
  • The expanded Masters aortic cuff has approximately 25% more cuffthan the standard cuff
  • St. Jude Medical heart valves are MR conditional5

ORDERING INFORMATION

Contents: Aortic Valve (1 unit per box)


Reorder Number Tissue Annulus Diameter (mm) Valve Orifice Inner Diameter (mm) Geometric Orifice Area (cm2) Effective Orifice Area (cm2) Cuff Style
19AJ-501 19 14.8 1.63 1.16 Standard
21AJ-501 21 16.7 2.06 1.51 Standard
23AJ-501 23 18.6 2.55 2.03 Standard
25AJ-501 25 20.4 3.09 2.59 Standard
27AJ-501 27 22.5 3.67 3.08 Standard
29AJ-501 29 24.2 4.41 Not reported Standard
31AJ-501 31 26.1 5.18 Not reported Standard
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1. Emery RW, Krogh CC, Arom KV, et al. The St. Jude Medical cardiac valve prosthesis: A 25-year experience with single valve replacement. Ann Thorac Surg. 2005;79:776-83.

2. King, M, David T, Fisher J. An initial parametric study on fluid flow through bileaflet mechanical heart valves using computational fluid dynamics. J Eng Med 1994: 208:63-72.

3. Feng Z, Nakamura T, Fujimoto T, et al. In vitro investigation of opening behavior and hydrodynamics of bileaflet valves in the mitral position. Artificial Organs 2002;26(1):32-9.

4. Shipkowitz T, Ambrus J, Kurk J, et al. Evaluation technique for bileaflet mechanical valves. J Heart Valve Dis. 2002, Mar; 11 (2):275-82.

5. St. Jude Medical MRI Safety Document.


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St. Jude Medical prosthetic heart valves are indicated for use as replacement valves in patients with a diseased, damaged, or malfunctioning native or prosthetic valve. Possible side effects for all valvular implants include, but are not limited to: regurgitation, thromboembolic phenomena, resistance to flow, infection, hemolysis, dysrhythmias, and prosthetic dehiscence or failure. Anticoagulation is recommended for patients with mechanical valve implants. Please see the physician’s manual for a full description of indications, contraindications, side effects, precautions, warnings and instructions for use.

100033292 – May 2012

Last Updated: December 05, 2018

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