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Which may be effective to reduce blood loss after cardiac operations in cyanotic children: tranexamic acid aprotinin or a combination?
(Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2005)
Background: Children with cyanotic heart disease undergoing cardiac surgery in which cardiopulmonary bypass is used are at increased risk of postoperative bleeding. In this study the authors investigated the possibility ...
Which anesthetic agent alters the hemodynamic status during pediatric catheterization? Comparison of propofol versus ketamine
(W.B. Saunders Co Ltd, 2003)
Objective: To compare the effects of propofol and ketamine on systemic and pulmonary circulations in pediatric patients scheduled for elective cardiac catheterization. Design: Prospective randomized and blinded. Setting: ...
Clinical experience with coronary sinus catheterization in minimally invasive aortic valve surgery under transesophageal echocardiography guidance
(Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2002)
We aimed to show conventional coronary sinus (CS) catheter could be used with transesophageal echocardiography (TEE) guidance through the limited surgical field in aortic valve surgery with 'J' sternotomy. This method was ...
Does normoxemic cardiopulmonary bypass prevent myocardial reoxygenation injury in cyanotic children?
(W.B. Saunders Co Ltd, 2002)
Objective: To evaluate whether the deleterious effect of cardiopulmonary bypass (CPB) can be prevented by controlling PaO2 in cyanotic children. Design: Prospective randomized clinical study. Setting: Single university ...
Combined radiofrequency modified maze and mitral valve procedure through a port access approach: early and mid-term results
(Oxford University Press, 2003)
Objective: The aim of this study was to assess the feasibility and effectiveness of irrigated radiofrequency (RF) modified Maze procedure through a port access approach during mitral valve surgery and evaluate early and ...