3 edition of Reoperative arterial surgery found in the catalog.
Reoperative arterial surgery
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||edited by John J. Bergan, James S.T. Yao.|
|Contributions||Bergan, John J., 1927-, Yao, James S. T.|
|LC Classifications||RD598.5 .R46 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 620 p. :|
|Number of Pages||620|
|LC Control Number||85021978|
Here, we report a case of tandem reoperative parathyroidectomy followed by coronary artery bypass surgery under one session of general anesthesia in a year-old man with PHPT. Preoperatively, magnetic resonance imaging localized the lesion after multiple ultrasounds, technetiumm sestamibi parathyroid scans and one bilateral internal. Also, use of internal thoracic artery (ITA) grafts to left anterior descending (LAD) coronary artery graft decreases the risk of reoperation and this had become standard graft choice for CABG. The patients who underwent reoperative CABG had more diabetes, dyslipidemia, hypertension, peripheral vascular disease and left main disease.
Reoperative Hand Surgery: Scott F. M. Duncan: Hardcover: Orthopedics book. Guest Editors Rui Fernandes and Luis Vega present a comprehensive look at reoperative oral and maxillofacial surgery. The issue will cover failed bone grafts for dental implants, failed dental implants, reoperative orbital trauma, reoperative midface trauma, reoperative mandibular trauma, reoperative soft tissue trauma, reoperative orthognathic surgery, reoperative rhinoplasty, reoperative.
The radial artery (RA) because of its availability, and versatility is well suited to use (together with internal thoracic arteries (ITA) in redo CABG, especially to replace failed SVG. We evaluated our experience where the RA was a major conduit in redo CABG over the past 5 years. This paper intends to discuss the progressive changes and the trend of cardiac surgery, which have taken us to the age of limited incisions and off-pump coronary artery surgery. It describes the transition of transthoracic operative techniques from pump to off pump for reoperative coronary disease between the time period of
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The changing pattern of reoperative coronary surgery: trends in consecutive reoperations. J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg. ;– Crossref Medline Google Scholar; 26 Christenson J, Schmuziger M, Simonet F. Reoperative coronary artery bypass procedures: risk factors for early mortality and late survival.
Eur J Cardiothorac Surg. ; Author: Ayman Elbadawi, Mohamed Hamed, Islam Y. Elgendy, Mohmed A. Omer, Gbolahan O. Ogunbayo, Michael Megal. Reoperative Hand Surgery is a major contribution to the literature, offering a wide range of reoperative options for challenging problems that face the reconstructive hand surgeon after failed primary surgery.
Concise and discussing all of the more common issues that hand surgeons often face in performing revision surgery, this invaluable title is unique in that it looks specifically at the.
REOPERATIVE ARTERIAL SURGERY. Edited by JOHN J. BERGAN and JAMES S. 1: YAo. Orlando: Gruneand Stratton Inc, ,pp, $ Whetherdueto smoothmusclecell proliferation, smoking. surgicalerror, or sorcery, arterial surgery is not always successful.
This book. thelintto cover the previously taboo subject of re-do vascularoperations. Reoperative arterial surgery.
Orlando: Grune & Stratton, © (OCoLC) Online version: Reoperative arterial surgery. Orlando: Grune & Stratton, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: John J Bergan; James S T Yao. This book is the result of the annual autumnal vascular pilgrimage to the Northwestern University, Evanston, Ill, shrine, where well-chosen experts analyzed 35 aspects of reoperative arterial : Ben Eiseman.
The Handbook of Reoperative General Surgery offers a technical overview of one of surgery’s greatest challenges-reoperation. Emphasizing the complications of each disease as well as reoperative procedures, this indispensable text is extensively referenced with pertinent current and classical literature.
The impetus for this book came from the recent appearance of single specialty books pertaining to reoperative surgery on various organs in the pelvis, as well as from the recognition that several different disciplines are involved with the challenges of reoperative pelvic surgery.
Surgeons often encounter challenging dilemmas involving organ systems that have historically been attended to by. Reoperative Parathyroid Surgery: Tips for Success will serve as a useful resource for physicians and trainees dealing with this type of surgery and provide a concise yet comprehensive summary of the current status of the field that will help guide patient management.
In addition, CCTA has been shown to accurately assess coronary artery bypass grafts for stenosis and overall patency, in both venous and arterial grafts. CCTA is indispensable to reoperative surgery in determining the location of bypass grafts and other mediastinal structures in order to avoid damage during sternal reentry.
The second edition of this book provides updated knowledge about the biological characteristics and clinical use of arterial grafts for coronary artery bypass surgery. The reader will find first-hand information on arterial grafts as well as vein grafts with regard to biological characteristics, clinical use including off-pump coronary bypass.
Reoperative surgery is a prevailing challenge faced by pediatric surgeons. Reoperative Pediatric Surgery constitutes in one volume the most up to date information and techniques for critical cases in all of the pediatric surgical specialties including oncology, gastroenterology, gynecology, urology.
Reoperative coronary artery bypass (CABG) surgery has an established increased operative risk with worse perioperative morbidity and mortality. However, contemporary propensity matched outcomes are limited in existing literature.
Coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG) reoperations can be done without cardiopulmonary bypass, using in situ arterial grafts. Arterial conduits have many advantages at the time of reoperation, such as ready availability, the tendency to remain patent even when used as grafts for diffusely diseased coronary arteries, and lack of need for proximal anastomosis.
Reoperative Techniques for Complications After Arterial Switch Constantine Mavroudis, MD, Robert D. Stewart, MD, Carl L. Backer, MD, Harish Rudra, DO, Patrick Vargo, BS, and Marshall L.
Jacobs, MD Department of Pediatric and Congenital Heart Surgery, Cleveland Clinic. Reoperation is one of surgery's greatest challenges.
This book provides a practical reference on how to prevent, identify and treat all abdominal complications. Organised primarily by body system Reoperative Abdominal Surgery covers the spectrum of conditions and complications faced by the general surgeon.
Results. Mortality in reoperative group decreased significantly with time (A % vs B % vs C %, P) and was equivalent to primary group in era C (% vs %, P). Major complications also significantly decreased with time in reoperative group (A % vs B % vs C %, P).
Importantly, patients had more comorbidities with time and increased preoperative risk in. Reoperative general surgery. Donald G. McQuarrie, Edward W. Humphrey, eds., St.
Louis,Mosby—Year Book, Inc., pages, $ The second most difficult decision in surgery is when to operate; the most difficult is when to reoperate. This page book is dedicated to Charles S. Pierce for his pioneering work in spectroscopy and his. Coronary artery reoperations are more complicated than primary operations.
Patients undergoing reoperations have distinct, more dangerous pathologies; reoperations are technically more difficult to perform; and the risks are greater.
Vein graft atherosclerosis, present in most reoperative candidates, is a unique and dangerous lesion. Reoperative candidates commonly have severe and. As people who have had previous heart surgeries age and live longer, reoperative (also called "repeat" or "redo") heart surgery is becoming more common.
A repeat or redo heart surgery that helps the heart beat more efficiently can greatly improve quality of life. Impact of Mitral Insufficiency on Reoperative Coronary Artery Surgery in Ischemic Cardiomyopathy Patients Eur J Cardiothorac Surg.
Dec;26(6) doi: / Authors Nan Wang 1, Saida Campwala, Saied Habibipour, Darren Hodgins, Ramdas Pai, Anees Razzouk. Affiliation 1 Loma Linda. Reoperative surgery is a problem that is confronted by every surgeon and this book offers up-to-date information and techniques for critical cases in all of the pediatric surgical specialties.
The book is comprehensive, covering the full spectrum of pediatric reoperation, and it addresses the complications of common pediatric surgeries.Late outcomes after radial artery versus saphenous vein grafting during reoperative coronary artery bypass surgery J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg.
Jun;(6)e4. doi: / Epub Oct 9. Authors Anoar Zacharias 1.See page for the editorial comment on this article (doi: /eurheartj/ehaa) Introduction. Over the last decade, we have witnessed a momentum shift in the utilization of transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) among patients with symptomatic aortic stenosis to commensurate with the US Food and Drug Administration approval starting with high- and extreme-risk patients to the.