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Heart, Mechanical

Here are entered works on extracorporeal pumping mechanisms that duplicate the function of the natural heart. Works on intracorporeal pumping mechanisms that duplicate the function of the natural heart are entered under Heart, Artificial.

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Broader terms:Used for:
  • Extracorporeal artificial heart
  • Heart-lung machine
  • Mechanical heart
  • Perfusion pump (Heart)
Filed under: Heart, Mechanical

Items below (if any) are from related and broader terms.

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