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    1. Chan, WK; Yu, SCM; Chua, LP; Wong, YW
      Visualization of relative flow patterns in centrifugal blood pump

      KSME INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL
    2. Yu, SCM; Chua, LP; Leo, HL
      The angle-resolved velocity measurements in the impeller passages of a model biocentrifugal pump

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS PART C-JOURNAL OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING SCIENCE
    3. Nonaka, K; Linneweber, J; Ichikawa, S; Yoshikawa, T; Kawahito, S; Mikami, M; Motomura, T; Ishitoya, H; Nishimura, I; Oestmann, D; Glueck, J; Schima, H; Wolner, E; Shinohara, T; Nose, Y
      Development of the Baylor Gyro permanently implantable centrifugal blood pump as a biventricular assist device

      ARTIFICIAL ORGANS
    4. Yoshino, M; Uemura, T; Takahashi, T; Watanabe, T; Hoshi, H; Ohuchi, K; Nakamura, M; Fujita, H; Sakamoto, T; Takatani, S
      Design and evaluation of a single-pivot supported centrifugal blood pump

      ARTIFICIAL ORGANS
    5. Endo, G; Araki, T; Kojima, K; Nakamura, K; Matsuzaki, Y; Onitsuka, T
      The index of motor current amplitude has feasibility in control for continuous flow pumps and evaluation of left ventricular function

      ARTIFICIAL ORGANS
    6. Kikugawa, D
      Motor current waveforms as an index for evaluation of native cardiac function during left ventricular support with a centrifugal blood pump

      ARTIFICIAL ORGANS
    7. Takahashi, K; Uemura, M; Watanabe, T; Ohuchi, K; Nakamura, M; Fukui, Y; Sakamoto, T; Takatani, S
      Estimation of left ventricular recovery level based on the motor current waveform analysis on circulatory support with centrifugal blood pump

      ARTIFICIAL ORGANS
    8. Akimoto, T; Litwak, KN; Yamazaki, K; Litwak, P; Kihara, S; Tagusari, J; Yamazaki, S; Kameneva, MV; Watach, MJ; Umezu, M; Tomioka, J; Kormos, RL; Koyanagi, T; Griffith, BP
      The role of diastolic pump flow in centrifugal blood pump hemodynamics

      ARTIFICIAL ORGANS
    9. Ohuchi, K; Kikugawa, D; Takahashi, K; Uemura, M; Nakamura, M; Murakami, T; Sakamoto, T; Takatani, S
      Control strategy for rotary blood pumps

      ARTIFICIAL ORGANS
    10. Klein, M; Mahoney, CB; Probst, C; Schulte, HD; Gams, E
      Blood product use during routine open heart surgery: The impact of the centrifugal pump

      ARTIFICIAL ORGANS
    11. Nojiir, C; Kijima, T; Maekawa, J; Horiuchi, K; Kido, T; Sugiyama, T; Mori, T; Sugiura, N; Asada, T; Ozaki, T; Suzuki, M; Akamatsu, T; Akutsu, T
      Terumo implantable left ventricular assist system: Results of long-term animal study

      ASAIO JOURNAL
    12. Kim, H; Kim, HC
      Modeling and control of a magnetic bearing system for the magnetically suspended centrifugal blood pump

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ARTIFICIAL ORGANS
    13. Li, H; Chan, WK
      Inverse design and CFD investigation of blood pump impeller

      CRITICAL REVIEWS IN BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING
    14. Mahmood, AK; Courtney, JM; Westaby, S; Akdis, M; Reul, H
      Critical review of current left ventricular assist devices

      PERFUSION-UK
    15. Chan, WK; Akamatsu, T; Li, HD
      Analytical investigation of leakage flow in disk clearance of a magnetically suspended centrifugal impeller

      ARTIFICIAL ORGANS
    16. Oshikawa, M; Araki, Y; Endo, G; Anai, H; Sato, M
      Sensorless controlling method for a continuous flow left ventricular assist device

      ARTIFICIAL ORGANS
    17. Akimoto, T; Yamazaki, K; Litwak, P; Litwak, KN; Tagusari, O; Mori, T; Antaki, JF; Kameneva, MV; Watach, MJ; Umezu, M; Tomioka, J; Kormos, RL; Koyanagi, H; Griffith, BP
      Continuously maintaining positive flow avoids endocardial suction of a rotary blood pump with left ventricular bypass

      ARTIFICIAL ORGANS
    18. Kikugawa, D
      Evaluation of cardiac function during left ventricular assist by a centrifugal blood pump

      ARTIFICIAL ORGANS
    19. Tsukamoto, Y; Ito, K; Sawairi, T; Konishi, Y; Yamane, T; Nishida, M; Masuzawa, T; Tsukiya, T; Endo, S; Taenaka, Y
      Computational fluid dynamics analysis of a centrifugal blood pump with washout holes

      ARTIFICIAL ORGANS
    20. Watterson, PA; Woodard, JC; Ramsden, VS; Reizes, JA
      VentrAssist hydrodynamically suspended, open, centrifugal blood pump

      ARTIFICIAL ORGANS
    21. Yuhki, A; Nogawa, M; Takatani, S
      Development of a compact, sealless, tripod supported, magnetically driven centrifugal blood pump

      ARTIFICIAL ORGANS
    22. Takano, T; Schulte-Eistrup, S; Yoshikawa, M; Nakata, K; Kawahito, S; Maeda, T; Nonaka, K; Linneweber, J; Glueck, J; Fujisawa, A; Makinouchi, K; Yokokawa, M; Nose, Y
      Impeller design for a miniaturized centrifugal blood pump

      ARTIFICIAL ORGANS
    23. Clark, RE; Zafirelis, Z
      Future devices and directions

      PROGRESS IN CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES
    24. Nojiri, C; Kijima, T; Maekawa, J; Horiuchi, K; Kido, T; Sugiyama, T; Mori, T; Sugiura, N; Asada, T; Shimane, H; Ozaki, T; Suzuki, M; Akamatsu, T; Akutsu, T
      Recent progress in the development of Terumo implantable left ventricular assist system

      ASAIO JOURNAL
    25. Miyazoe, Y; Sawairi, T; Ito, K; Konishi, Y; Yamane, T; Nishida, M; Asztalos, B; Masuzawa, T; Tsukiya, T; Endo, S; Taenaka, Y
      Computational fluid dynamics analysis to establish the design process of acentrifugal blood pump: Second report

      ARTIFICIAL ORGANS
    26. Allaire, PE; Wood, HG; Awad, RS; Olsen, DB
      Blood flow in a continuous flow ventricular assist device

      ARTIFICIAL ORGANS
    27. Akimoto, T; Yamazaki, K; Litwak, P; Litwak, KN; Tagusari, O; Mori, T; Antaki, JF; Kameneva, MV; Watach, MJ; Umezu, M; Tomioka, J; Kormos, RL; Koyanagi, H; Griffith, BP
      Rotary blood pump flow spontaneously increases during exercise under constant pump speed: Results of a chronic study

      ARTIFICIAL ORGANS
    28. Ohtsuka, G; Nakata, K; Yoshikawa, M; Takano, T; Glueck, J; Sankai, Y; Takami, Y; Mueller, J; Sueoka, A; Letsou, G; Schima, H; Schmallegger, H; Wolner, E; Koyanagi, H; Fujisawa, A; Baldwin, JC; Nose, Y
      Long-term in vivo left ventricular assist device study for 284 days with Gyro PI pump

      ARTIFICIAL ORGANS
    29. Ahmed, S; Funakubo, A; Sakuma, I; Fukui, Y; Dohi, T
      Experimental study on hemolysis in centrifugal blood pumps: Improvement offlow visualization method

      ARTIFICIAL ORGANS
    30. OSHIKAWA M; ARAKI K; NAKAMURA K; ANAI H; ONITSUKA T
      DETECTION OF TOTAL ASSIST AND SUCKING POINTS BASED ON THE PULSATILITYOF A CONTINUOUS-FLOW ARTIFICIAL-HEART - IN-VIVO EVALUATION

      ASAIO journal
    31. ARAKI K; OSHIKAWA M; ONITSUKA T; NAKAMURA K; ANAI H; YOSHIHARA H
      DETECTION OF TOTAL ASSIST AND SUCKING POINTS BASED ON PULSATILITY OF A CONTINUOUS-FLOW ARTIFICIAL-HEART - IN-VITRO EVALUATION

      ASAIO journal
    32. TAKAMI Y; OTSUKA G; MUELLER J; SUGITA Y; NAKATA K; TAYAMA E; OHASHI Y; SCHIMA H; SCHMALLEGGER H; WOLNER E; NOSE Y
      IN-VIVO EVALUATION OF THE MINIATURIZED GYRO CENTRIFUGAL PUMP AS AN IMPLANTABLE VENTRICULAR ASSIST DEVICE

      Artificial organs
    33. NOSE Y
      DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY FOR THE ROTARY BLOOD PUMP

      Artificial organs
    34. MIYAZOE Y; SAWAIRI T; ITO K; YANA J
      DEVELOPMENT OF THE SMALL-CALIBER CENTRIFUGAL BLOOD PUMP

      Artificial organs
    35. YAMAZAKI K; LITWAK P; TAGUSARI O; MORI T; KONO K; KAMENEVA M; WATACH M; GORDON L; MIYAGISHIMA M; TOMIOKA J; UMEZU M; OUTA E; ANTAKI JF; KORMOS RL; KOYANAGI H; GRIFFITH BP
      AN IMPLANTABLE CENTRIFUGAL BLOOD PUMP WITH A RECIRCULATING PURGE SYSTEM (COOL-SEAL SYSTEM)

      Artificial organs
    36. ALLAIRE P; HILTON E; BALOH M; MASLEN E; BEARNSON G; NOH D; KHANWILKAR P; OLSEN D
      PERFORMANCE OF A CONTINUOUS-FLOW VENTRICULAR ASSIST DEVICE - MAGNETICBEARING DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND TESTING

      Artificial organs
    37. MIYAZOE Y; SAWAIRI T; ITO K; KONISHI Y; YAMANE T; NISHIDA M; MASUZAWA T; TAKIURA K; TAENAKA Y
      COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMIC ANALYSES TO ESTABLISH DESIGN PROCESS OF CENTRIFUGAL BLOOD PUMPS

      Artificial organs
    38. KLEIN M; DAUBEN HP; SCHULTE HD; GAMS E
      CENTRIFUGAL PUMPING DURING ROUTINE OPEN-HEART-SURGERY IMPROVES CLINICAL OUTCOME

      Artificial organs
    39. YOSHINO Y; AKAMATSU T
      PERFORMANCE AND UNSTEADY CHARACTERISTICS OF MAGNETICALLY SUSPENDED CENTRIFUGAL BLOOD PUMP

      JSME international journal. Series B, fluids and thermal engineering
    40. QIAN KX; ZHENG M
      CHRONIC LEFT-VENTRICULAR ASSIST IN CALVES WITH A PULSATILE IMPELLER PUMP

      ASAIO journal
    41. TAKAMI Y; OTSUKA G; MUELLER J; OHASHI Y; TAYAMA E; SCHIMA H; SCHMALLEGGER H; WOLNER E; NOSE Y
      FLOW CHARACTERISTICS AND REQUIRED CONTROL ALGORITHM OF AN IMPLANTABLECENTRIFUGAL LEFT-VENTRICULAR ASSIST DEVICE

      Heart and vessels
    42. TAKAMI Y; NAKAZAWA T; MAKINOUCHI K; GLUECK J; BENKOWSKI R; NOSE Y
      MAPPING OF PUMP EFFICIENCY ON THE PRESSURE-FLOW CURVE OF A CENTRIFUGAL BLOOD PUMP

      Artificial organs
    43. BEPPU T; SEO K; IMAI Y; TAKANASHI Y; HOSHINO S; OHTA J; AOKI M; UCHITA S; SUZUKI S; TAJIMA Y; TOOYAMA N; FUKUI Y
      AN AUTOMATIC FLOW CONTROLLER FOR A CENTRIFUGAL BLOOD PUMP

      Artificial organs
    44. WAKISAKA Y; TAENAKA Y; CHIKANARI K; NAKATANI T; TATSUMI E; MASUZAWA T; NISHIMURA T; TAKEWA Y; OHNO T; TAKANO H
      LONG-TERM EVALUATION OF A NONPULSATILE MECHANICAL CIRCULATORY SUPPORTSYSTEM

      Artificial organs
    45. TAKAMI Y; NAKAZAWA T; MAKINOUCHI K; TAYAMA E; GLUECK J; BENKOWSKI R; NOSE Y
      HEMOLYTIC EFFECT OF SURFACE-ROUGHNESS OF AN IMPELLER IN A CENTRIFUGALBLOOD PUMP

      Artificial organs
    46. OHARA Y; MURASE M; NOSE Y
      HEMOLYTIC EFFECT OF THE SECONDARY VANE INCORPORATED INTO THE BACK SIDE OF THE IMPELLER

      Artificial organs
    47. GOBEL C; EILERS R; REUL H; SCHWINDKE P; JORGER M; RAU G
      A NEW BLOOD PUMP FOR CARDIOPULMONARY BYPASS - THE HIFLOW CENTRIFUGAL PUMP

      Artificial organs
    48. TAKAMI Y; NAKAZAWA T; MAKINOUCHI K; GLUECK J; BENKOWSKI R; NOSE Y
      HEMOLYTIC EFFECTS OF SURFACE-ROUGHNESS OF A PUMP HOUSING IN A CENTRIFUGAL BLOOD PUMP

      Artificial organs
    49. TAKAMI Y; MAKINOUCHI K; OTSUKA G; NOSE Y
      QUANTITATIVE APPROACH TO CONTROL SPINNING STABILITY OF THE IMPELLER IN THE PIVOT BEARING-SUPPORTED CENTRIFUGAL PUMP

      Artificial organs
    50. TAKAMI Y; NAKAZAWA T; OTSUKA G; TAYAMA E; OHASHI Y; SUEOKA A; SCHIMA H; SCHMALLEGGER H; WOLNER E; NOSE Y
      ANATOMICAL CONSIDERATION FOR AN IMPLANTABLE CENTRIFUGAL BIVENTRICULARASSIST SYSTEM

      Artificial organs
    51. TAKAMI Y; NAKAZAWA T; MAKINOUCHI K; GLUECK J; NOSE Y
      BIOCOMPATIBILITY OF ALUMINA CERAMIC AND POLYETHYLENE AS MATERIALS FORPIVOT BEARINGS OF A CENTRIFUGAL BLOOD PUMP

      Journal of biomedical materials research
    52. TAENAKA Y; WAKISAKA Y; MASUZAWA T; TATSUMI E; TODA K; MIYAZAKI K; EYA K; BABA Y; NAKATANI T; OHNO T; NISHIMURA T; TAKANO H
      DEVELOPMENT OF A CENTRIFUGAL PUMP WITH IMPROVED ANTITHROMBOGENICITY AND HEMOLYTIC PROPERTY FOR CHRONIC CIRCULATORY SUPPORT

      Artificial organs
    53. SAKUMA I; FUKUI Y; DOHI T
      STUDY OF SECONDARY FLOW IN CENTRIFUGAL BLOOD PUMPS USING A FLOW VISUALIZATION METHOD WITH A HIGH-SPEED VIDEO CAMERA

      Artificial organs
    54. PINOTTI M; PAONE N
      ESTIMATING MECHANICAL BLOOD TRAUMA IN A CENTRIFUGAL BLOOD PUMP - LASER-DOPPLER ANEMOMETER MEASUREMENTS OF THE MEAN VELOCITY-FIELD

      Artificial organs
    55. HART RM; FILIPENCO VG; KUNG RTV
      A MAGNETICALLY SUSPENDED AND HYDROSTATICALLY STABILIZED CENTRIFUGAL BLOOD PUMP

      Artificial organs
    56. TAKAMI Y; MAKINOUCHI K; NAKAZAWA T; GLUECK J; BENKOWSKI R; NOSE Y
      EFFECT OF SURFACE-ROUGHNESS ON HEMOLYSIS IN A PIVOT BEARING SUPPORTEDGYRO CENTRIFUGAL PUMP (C1E3)

      Artificial organs
    57. BLUDSZUWEIT C
      3-DIMENSIONAL NUMERICAL PREDICTION OF STRESS LOADING OF BLOOD PARTICLES IN A CENTRIFUGAL PUMP

      Artificial organs
    58. MENDLER N; PODECHTL F; FEIL G; HILTMANN P; SEBENING F
      SEAL-LESS CENTRIFUGAL BLOOD PUMP WITH MAGNETICALLY SUSPENDED ROTOR - ROT-A-FLOT

      Artificial organs
    59. YAMANE T; IKEDA T; ORITA T; TSUTSUI T; JIKUYA T
      DESIGN OF A CENTRIFUGAL BLOOD PUMP WITH MAGNETIC SUSPENSION

      Artificial organs
    60. AKAMATSU T; TSUKIYA T; NISHIMURA K; PARK CH; NAKAZEKI T
      RECENT STUDIES OF THE CENTRIFUGAL BLOOD PUMP WITH A MAGNETICALLY SUSPENDED IMPELLER

      Artificial organs
    61. KABEI N; TUICHIYA K; SAKURAI Y
      CONCEPT DESIGNS OF NONROTATING-TYPE CENTRIFUGAL BLOOD PUMP AND BASIC STUDY ON OUTPUT CHARACTERISTICS OF THE OSCILLATING DISK-TYPE CENTRIFUGAL PUMP

      Artificial organs
    62. SCHIMA H; MULLER MR; PAPANTONIS D; SCHLUSCHE C; HUBER L; SCHMIDT C; TRUBEL W; THOMA H; LOSERT U; WOLNER E
      MINIMIZATION OF HEMOLYSIS IN CENTRIFUGAL BLOOD PUMPS - INFLUENCE OF DIFFERENT GEOMETRIES

      International journal of artificial organs


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