26th Congress of the Japanese Society for Artificial Hearts and Assisted Circulation: The Need for a Compact, Implantable Artificial Heart in Japan
Present Status of the Total Artificial Heart at the University of Tokyo
Three-Dimensional Thoracic Modeling for an Anatomical Compatibility Study of the Implantable Total Artificial Heart
The Development of a Control Method for a Total Artificial Heart Using Mixed Venous Oxygen Saturation
In Vivo Evaluation of the National Cardiovascular Center Electrohydraulic Total Artificial Heart
Evaluation of an Implantable Motor-Driven Left Ventricular Assist Device
Ultracompact, Completely Implantable Permanent Use Electromechanical Ventricular Assist Device and Total Artificial Heart
Ex Vivo Evaluation of a Roller Screw Linear Muscle Actuator for an Implantable Ventricular Assist Device Using Trained and Untrained Latissimus Dorsi Muscles
A Future Prediction Type Artificial Heart System
A Preliminary Study of Microcapsule Suspension for Hemolysis Evaluation of Artificial Organs
Major Organ Function Under Mechanical Support: Comparative Studies of Pulsatile and Nonpulsatile Circulation
Clinical Experience of Left Ventricular Assist Systems at The Heart Institute of Japan
Proposal of a New Electromechanical Total Artificial Heart: The TAH Serpentina
Summary of the 26th Congress of the Japanese Society for Artificial Hearts and Assisted Circulation
Upcoming Meetings