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VINYON-N CLOTH TUBE FOR BRIDGING ARTERIAL DEFECTS

VINYON-N CLOTH TUBE FOR BRIDGING ARTERIAL DEFECTS Abstract DEBAKEY and Simeone,1 Hufnagel,2 Schloss and Shumacker,3 and others have reviewed the development of techniques for restoring continuity of severed blood vessels by direct anastomosis and methods for bridging of arterial defects with the use of transplants of veins and arteries or tubes of glass, metal, or plastic. Transplantation of veins was recommended by Blakemore, Lord and Stefko, in 1942,4 as an emergency method for bridging defects in severed primary arteries. This technique has been helpful for certain emergency problems. Vein grafts as tried experimentally for defects of the aorta by Shumacker, Schloss, Freeman, Wayson, and Stahl,5 Nabatoff, Touroff, and Gross,6 Sako and Varco,7 Johnson, Kirby, and Hardy,8 Schmitz and co-workers,9 and others have usually dilated. Efforts to support vein grafts by Sako and Varco,7 using pericardium, by Kanar and associates,10 using dicetyl phosphate, and by others have not References 1. Supplied through the courtesy of Dr. T. W. Nale, Union Carbide and Carbon Corp., New York, and Dr. W. Nelson Stoops, Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Co., South Charleston, W. Va. 2. De Bakey, M., and Simeone, F. A.: Battle Injuries of Arteries in World War II , Ann. Surg. 132:534-579, 1946.Crossref 3. Hufnagel, C. A.: Permanent Intubation of Thoracic Aorta , Arch. Surg. 54:382-389, 1947.Crossref 4. Schloss, G., and Shumacker, H. B., Jr.: Studies in Vascular Repair: IV. Use of Free Vascular Transplants for Bridging Arterial Defects; Historical Review with Particular Reference to Histological Observations , Yale. J. Biol. & Med. 22:273-290, 1950. 5. Blakemore, A. H.; Lord, J. W., Jr., and Stefko, P. L.: Severed Primary Artery in War Wounded , Surgery 12:488-508, 1942. 6. Shumacker, H. B., Jr.; Schloss, G.; Freeman, L. W.; Wayson, E. E., and Stahl, N. H.: Studies in Vascular Repair: V. Experiments with the Use of Free Venous Transplants for Bridging Aortal Defects , Yale J. Biol. & Med. 23:81-93, 1950. 7. Nabatoff, R. A.; Touroff, A. S. W., and Gross, M.: Long Term Studies of the Fate and Function of Maximal-Length Vena Cava Autografts to Bridge Experimental Aortic Defects in Dogs , in Surgical Forum (Sept.) 1952 , Philadelphia, W. B. Saunders Company, 1953, pp. 131-135. 8. Sako, Y., and Varco, R. L.: Long-Term Observations of Autogenous Pericardial and Venous Grafts in the Thoracic Aorta , in Surgical Forum (Sept.) 1952 , Philadelphia, W. B. Saunders Company, 1953, pp. 136-140. 9. Johnson, J.; Kirby, C. K., and Hardy, J. D.: Aneurysm Formation in Experimental Vein Grafts in the Thoracic Aorta , Surgery 33:207-212, 1953. 10. Schmitz, E. J.; Kanar, E. A.; Sauvage, L. R.; Storer, E. H., and Harkins, H. N.: Influence of Diameter Disproportion and of Length on the Incidence of Complications in Autogenous Venous Grafts in the Abdominal Aorta , Surgery 33:190-206, 1953. 11. Kanar, E. A.; Schmitz, E. J.; Sauvage, L. R.; Nyhus, L. M.; Moore, H. G.; Merendino, K. A., and Harkins, H. N.: Experimental Vascular Grafts: I. The Effects of Dicetyl Phosphate on Venous Autografts Implanted in Thoracic Aorta of Growing Pigs , Ann. Surg. 138:73-81, 1953. 12. Hurwitt, E. S., and Kantrowitz, A.: Construction of Fresh Autogenous Arterial Grafts: I. Use of the Splenic Artery to Bridge a Gap in Aorta , Surgry 32:76-88, 1952. 13. Gross, R. E.; Hurwitt, E. S.;; Bill, A. H., Jr., and Peirce, E. C.: II.: Preliminary Observations on Use of Human Arterial Grafts in Treatment of Certain Cardiovascular Defects , New England J. Med. 239:578-581, 1948. 14. Carrel, A.: Permanent Intubation of Thoracic Aorta , J. Exper. Med. 16:17-24, 1912. 15. Makins, G. H.: Gunshot Injuries to Blood Vessels , London, John Wright & Sons, 1919. 16. Hufnagel, C. A.: Aortic Plastic Valvular Prosthesis , Bull. Georgetown Univ. M. Center 4:128-130, 1951. 17. Donovan, T. J.: Uses of Plastic Tubes in Reparative Surgery of Battle Injuries to Arteries with and without Intra-arterial Heparin Administration , Ann. Surg. 130:1024-1043, 1949. 18. Moore, H. D.: Replacement of Blood Vessels by Polythene Tubes , Surg., Gynec. & Obst. 91:593-600, 1950. 19. Voorhees, A. B.; Jaretzki, A., and Blakemore, A. H.: Use of Tubes Constructed from Vinyon "N" Cloth in Bridging Arterial Defects , Ann. Surg. 135:332-336, 1952. 20. Hufnagel, C. A.: Use of Flexible and Rigid Plastic Prosthesis for Arterial Replacement (Read before the Eighth Annual Meeting of The Society for Vascular Surgery), Surgery, to be published. 21. Shumacker, H. B., Jr.; Harris, E. J., and Siderys, H.: Pliable Plastic Tubes as Aortic Substitutes (Read before the Eighth Annual Meeting of The Society for Vascular Surgery) Surgery, to be published. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png A.M.A. Archives Surgery American Medical Association

VINYON-N CLOTH TUBE FOR BRIDGING ARTERIAL DEFECTS

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Abstract DEBAKEY and Simeone,1 Hufnagel,2 Schloss and Shumacker,3 and others have reviewed the development of techniques for restoring continuity of severed blood vessels by direct anastomosis and methods for bridging of arterial defects with the use of transplants of veins and arteries or tubes of glass, metal, or plastic. Transplantation of veins was recommended by Blakemore, Lord and Stefko, in 1942,4 as an emergency method for bridging defects in severed primary arteries. This technique has been helpful for certain emergency problems. Vein grafts as tried experimentally for defects of the aorta by Shumacker, Schloss, Freeman, Wayson, and Stahl,5 Nabatoff, Touroff, and Gross,6 Sako and Varco,7 Johnson, Kirby, and Hardy,8 Schmitz and co-workers,9 and others have usually dilated. Efforts to support vein grafts by Sako and Varco,7 using pericardium, by Kanar and associates,10 using dicetyl phosphate, and by others have not References 1. Supplied through the courtesy of Dr. T. W. Nale, Union Carbide and Carbon Corp., New York, and Dr. W. Nelson Stoops, Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Co., South Charleston, W. Va. 2. De Bakey, M., and Simeone, F. A.: Battle Injuries of Arteries in World War II , Ann. Surg. 132:534-579, 1946.Crossref 3. Hufnagel, C. A.: Permanent Intubation of Thoracic Aorta , Arch. Surg. 54:382-389, 1947.Crossref 4. Schloss, G., and Shumacker, H. B., Jr.: Studies in Vascular Repair: IV. Use of Free Vascular Transplants for Bridging Arterial Defects; Historical Review with Particular Reference to Histological Observations , Yale. J. Biol. & Med. 22:273-290, 1950. 5. Blakemore, A. H.; Lord, J. W., Jr., and Stefko, P. L.: Severed Primary Artery in War Wounded , Surgery 12:488-508, 1942. 6. Shumacker, H. B., Jr.; Schloss, G.; Freeman, L. W.; Wayson, E. E., and Stahl, N. H.: Studies in Vascular Repair: V. Experiments with the Use of Free Venous Transplants for Bridging Aortal Defects , Yale J. Biol. & Med. 23:81-93, 1950. 7. Nabatoff, R. A.; Touroff, A. S. W., and Gross, M.: Long Term Studies of the Fate and Function of Maximal-Length Vena Cava Autografts to Bridge Experimental Aortic Defects in Dogs , in Surgical Forum (Sept.) 1952 , Philadelphia, W. B. Saunders Company, 1953, pp. 131-135. 8. Sako, Y., and Varco, R. L.: Long-Term Observations of Autogenous Pericardial and Venous Grafts in the Thoracic Aorta , in Surgical Forum (Sept.) 1952 , Philadelphia, W. B. Saunders Company, 1953, pp. 136-140. 9. Johnson, J.; Kirby, C. K., and Hardy, J. D.: Aneurysm Formation in Experimental Vein Grafts in the Thoracic Aorta , Surgery 33:207-212, 1953. 10. Schmitz, E. J.; Kanar, E. A.; Sauvage, L. R.; Storer, E. H., and Harkins, H. N.: Influence of Diameter Disproportion and of Length on the Incidence of Complications in Autogenous Venous Grafts in the Abdominal Aorta , Surgery 33:190-206, 1953. 11. Kanar, E. A.; Schmitz, E. J.; Sauvage, L. R.; Nyhus, L. M.; Moore, H. G.; Merendino, K. A., and Harkins, H. N.: Experimental Vascular Grafts: I. The Effects of Dicetyl Phosphate on Venous Autografts Implanted in Thoracic Aorta of Growing Pigs , Ann. Surg. 138:73-81, 1953. 12. Hurwitt, E. S., and Kantrowitz, A.: Construction of Fresh Autogenous Arterial Grafts: I. Use of the Splenic Artery to Bridge a Gap in Aorta , Surgry 32:76-88, 1952. 13. Gross, R. E.; Hurwitt, E. S.;; Bill, A. H., Jr., and Peirce, E. C.: II.: Preliminary Observations on Use of Human Arterial Grafts in Treatment of Certain Cardiovascular Defects , New England J. Med. 239:578-581, 1948. 14. Carrel, A.: Permanent Intubation of Thoracic Aorta , J. Exper. Med. 16:17-24, 1912. 15. Makins, G. H.: Gunshot Injuries to Blood Vessels , London, John Wright & Sons, 1919. 16. Hufnagel, C. A.: Aortic Plastic Valvular Prosthesis , Bull. Georgetown Univ. M. Center 4:128-130, 1951. 17. Donovan, T. J.: Uses of Plastic Tubes in Reparative Surgery of Battle Injuries to Arteries with and without Intra-arterial Heparin Administration , Ann. Surg. 130:1024-1043, 1949. 18. Moore, H. D.: Replacement of Blood Vessels by Polythene Tubes , Surg., Gynec. & Obst. 91:593-600, 1950. 19. Voorhees, A. B.; Jaretzki, A., and Blakemore, A. H.: Use of Tubes Constructed from Vinyon "N" Cloth in Bridging Arterial Defects , Ann. Surg. 135:332-336, 1952. 20. Hufnagel, C. A.: Use of Flexible and Rigid Plastic Prosthesis for Arterial Replacement (Read before the Eighth Annual Meeting of The Society for Vascular Surgery), Surgery, to be published. 21. Shumacker, H. B., Jr.; Harris, E. J., and Siderys, H.: Pliable Plastic Tubes as Aortic Substitutes (Read before the Eighth Annual Meeting of The Society for Vascular Surgery) Surgery, to be published.

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