Browsing by Author "Demiroǧlu, Cemşid"
Authors:Akpınar, Belhhan; Saǧbaş, Ertan; Güden, Mustafa; Kemertas, Kubilay; Sönmez, Bingür; Bayındır, Osman; Demiroǧlu, Cemşid
Publisher and Date:(Asia Publishing Exchange Pte Ltd, 2000)Retrospective analysis revealed that 24 of 4401 adult patients (0.5%) developed severe gastrointestinal complications after open heart surgery during a 3-year period from January 1995. There were 4 women (17%) and 20 men (83%). Mean age was 61.7 ± 2.02 years. Gastrointestinal bleeding (33.3%) mesenteric ischemia (20.8%) pancreatitis (20.8%) hepatic dysfunction (16.7%) and cholecystitis (16.7%) were the most common complications. Mortality was 41.7% (10 patients). During the same period mortality ...
Authors:Akpınar, Belhhan; Güden, Mustafa; Polat, Bülent; Sağbaş, Ertan; Sanisoğlu, İlhan; Sönmez, Bingür; Demiroǧlu, Cemşid
Publisher and Date:(1999)Açık kalp cerrahisinde tekniklerin ilerlemesine rağmen nörolojik komplikasyonların görülme sıklığı azalmamıştır ve inme (stroke) morbidite ve mortaliteyi önemli ölçüde artırmaktadır. Bu yazıda çıkan aortada ileri derecede kalsifikasyon bulunan vakalarda hipotermik fibrilasyon tekniği kullanılarak aortaya dokunulmadan ve kross klemp konulmadan yapılan koroner by-pass ameliyatları anlatıldı. 2 yıl içinde aortada ileri derecede kalsifikasyon bulunan 23 olguda bu teknik kullanıldı. Yaş ortalaması 65 ...
Association of lipoprotein(a) concentration and apo(a) isoform size with restenosis after percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty Authors:Sırıkcı, Onder; Aytekin, Vedat; Demiroglu, I. C. C.; Demiroǧlu, Cemşid; Marcovina, S.M.
Publisher and Date:(Springer Verlag, 2000)Lp(a) is a unique class of lipoprotein particles that exhibits a considerable size heterogeneity resulting from the size polymorphism of apo(a) its unique protein component. An elevated level of Lp(a) in plasma has been proposed to be a risk factor for premature development of coronary artery disease. To evaluate the relationship between Lp(a) concentration and apo(a) isoform size with restenosis after percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty Lp(a) levels and apo(a) phenotypes were determined ...
C-reactive protein as a pre-procedural predictor of early and late outcomes of percutaneous coronary interventions Authors:Aytekin, Saide; Çatakoğlu, Alp Burak; Aytekin, Vedat; Demiroǧlu, Cemşid; Kocazeybek, Bekir Sami
Publisher and Date:(Springer New York, 2003)To examine the predictive value of pre-procedural CRP level in patients undergoing percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) regardless of having unstable or stable angina pectoris or myocardial infarction. Blood sampling for CRP measurement in patients undergoing PCI: 116 consecutive patients who underwent single vessel PCI were evaluated. Exclusion criteria were multilesion PCI, total occlusion, left ventricular ejection fraction < 30%, left bundle branch block and intercurrent inflammatory ...
The effects of phase II cardiac rehabilitation programme on patients undergone coronary bypass surgery [Koroner baypas geçiren olgularda faz II kardiyak rehabilitasyon programının etkileri] Authors:Çiftçi, Çavlan; Duman, Belgin Süsleyici; Çaǧatay, Penbe; Demiroǧlu, Cemşid; Aytekin, Vedat
Publisher and Date:(2005)Objective: To investigate the effects of phase II cardiac rehabilitation in 52 patients undergone coronary artery bypass surgery. Methods: Gradual walking tests cardio-pulmonary capacity tests and lipid profile were administered to patients selected for phase II cardiac rehabilitation before and after the programme. Training was started on 12-channel electrocardiogram controlled running bands 3 times a week for 20 min periods for 12 weeks fitting the programme. Low or intermediate level exercise ...
Authors:Bayındır, Osman; Akpınar, Belhhan; Can, Erol; Güden, Mustafa; Sönmez, Bingür; Demiroǧlu, Cemşid
Publisher and Date:(W.B. Saunders Co Ltd, 2000)Objective:To evaluate the effect of the 5-HT3-receptor antagonist ondansetron in patients with postcardiotomy delirium. Design: Prospective study. Setting: University hospital. Participants: Thirty-five patients who had undergone coronary artery bypass graft surgery. Interventions: Thirty-five patients 23 men and 12 women who developed delirium in the intensive care unit after coronary artery bypass graft surgery were included. Mean patient age was 51.3 years (range 36 to 79 years). A mental status ...