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PediMag & CentriMag Recovery Self Care

Recovery Self Care When your breathing tube is out and you’re fully awake, this is when rehabilitation begins.  Specially trained physical and occupational therapists will assist you in getting out of bed for the first time after surgery.  Your care team will be there to support you every step of the way. Your cannula sites …

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PediMag & CentriMag Preparing for Surgery

Preparing for Surgery Throughout your journey, your care team is there to support and guide you, as well as answer any questions or concerns you have. Before your surgery, doctors called anesthesiologists will visit you. They are responsible for keeping you asleep during surgery. You will not feel any pain while you are asleep. All you …

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PediMag & CentriMag Device Components

Device Components There are several parts within the CentriMag™ and PediMag™ systems. Cannula During VAD surgery, your heart surgeon will place cannulas that are special tubes made of a very soft silicone material. These soft cannulas will come out of your lower chest area just below your breastbone. Your heart has two pumping chambers, a …

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