A history of feudalism, British and continental by Andrew Bell, Cyrus R. Edmonds

By Andrew Bell, Cyrus R. Edmonds

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With centrifugal pumps, the risk for passing macroscopic air into the arterial line is reduced, while microair will still pass [7]. An inherent safety feature of centrifugal pumps is their inability to pump very large amounts of air. When air fills the pump chamber, the pump is not able to develop sufficient pressure to expel it against the back pressure of the extracorporeal circuit. The amount of microair that passes will depend on the design of a given centrifugal pump, but it may still be sufficient to cause neurologic injury.

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