(1) A flexible, rotating tip catheter (Kensey catheter) was used to recanalize 24 segments of diseased superficial femoral arteries (from cadavers) that were sewn as xenografts into the femoral, carotid, or aorticorenal arteries of 14 dogs.
(2) No statistical difference was observed in the esophageal anastomosis leakage rate, but the mortality due to such fistula was significantly higher in the group of hand-sewn anastomoses.
(3) In emergency surgery, most of the anastomosis after partial and total colectomy have been hand sewn (p < 0.05).
(4) With each footfall, a signal shoots up to a vibrating device sewn into the forearm of the wearer's shirt.
(5) After switching the right to the left and vice versa, the grafts were sewn into new sites, either the right way up or the wrong way up, using a microsurgical suture technique.
(6) Excluding anastomotic leaks, hospital mortality and anastomotic recurrence, stricture occurred in 18 of 172 hand-sewn anastomoses (10.5 per cent) and in 57 of 195 stapled anastomoses (29.2 per cent) (P less than 0.001).
(7) Following resection, there were 11 (5 per cent) anastomotic leaks in the hand-sewn group and ten (3.8 per cent) in the stapled anastomosis group (P = 0.69).
(8) We implanted 14 Medtronic composite grafts, 1 St Jude conduit and 7 collagen-coated Dacron grafts (Hemashield, Meadox) into which a Starr-Edwards valve was sewn, as well as 3 homografts.
(9) A 21 mm St. Jude Medical prosthetic valve was sewn in it at 2 cm to its edge.
(10) As the YouGov analyst Anthony Wells points out , Labour have younger women's votes mostly sewn up: they're 21 points ahead of the Tories among women aged 25-40s.
(11) In 29 patients, a hand-sewn anastomosis was performed between the colon and the dentate line.
(12) Objective assessment may then simultaneously be possible with a harmless external probe sewn onto the serosa.
(13) The general solutions developed in this model allow leaflet geometries to be predicted for a range of conditions in free-sewn and frame-mounted valves.
(14) The mucosal layers of the lateral stump are sewn but leaving the seromuscular layers open.
(15) Fistula according to Bassov was made in one of the animals, and in each of the remaining three - two semiconductor silicon tensotransducers were sewn to the gastric wall.
(16) A further comparison has been carried out between hand-sewn and stapled anastomosis; 147 patients have been followed for at least 2 years: 69 after APE and 78 after AR, 40 being stapled.
(17) When Norrköpings Tidningar reported that every single girl in a school class of 30 had turned out to be circumcised – with 28 of them having their clitorises and labia cut away and their vaginas sewn almost shut – it was picked up by the media across the world, including by UK broadsheets.
(18) The former lawyer for the labour movement under Franco and UN human rights rapporteur was settling into retirement, blogging on justice issues and founding a co-op that sells baby clothes sewn by prisoners.
(19) It didn't help that the sponsor's logo had been concealed on shirts by hastily sewn patches from what appeared to be Gianfranco Zola's mum's old curtains.
(20) Right now I’m doing a daily commute of three hours [between Manchester and Morecambe] because I want to see my children and hear their nonsense in the morning and the cacophony of noise when I come in, about school dinner, about why I haven’t sewn someone’s trousers.” Campaigning full time became significantly easier recently when she was one of a small number of Labour candidates to receive £10,000 from the former Lib Dem peer Lord Oakeshott – money she could spend on petrol and childcare.