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AbstractBronchial and vascular reconstructive procedures are a technically feasible alternative to pneumonectomy in lung cancer and have the advantage of preserving lung parenchyma function. Sleeve resection and prosthetic reconstruction of the pulmonary artery (PA) have progressively gained...
AbstractThe progress in anti-platelet therapy and percutaneous coronary intervention led to reconfigure indications of hybrid re-vascularisation. However, there are still some controversies over indication, timing and patient management during the procedure. The case discussed here is a patient...
AbstractObjective: To evaluate the dynamic filling index, a novel parameter to monitor changes in venous return and drainable volume, in circulatory assisted patients. Minimized extracorporeal bypass systems lack volume buffering capacity, demanding tight control of drainable volume to maintain...
SummaryCoronary revascularisation using cardiopulmonary bypass remains the gold standard treatment for coronary artery disease. Over the past decade, techniques of revascularisation on the beating heart without the use of cardiopulmonary bypass (off-pump surgery) have evolved with an attempt to...
AbstractObjective: A poor functioning dilated left ventricle with mitral regurgitation is the worst condition in chronic ischemic heart failure. Our 7-year experience in combined mitral valve and left ventricular reconstruction was evaluated. Materials and methods: Among 246 patients having...
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