Browsing by Author "Akpinar, Belhhan"
Authors:Akpinar, Belhhan; Çetin, Gürkan; Bayındır, Osman; Cakali, Emine; Pekcan, Ülkü; Sönmez, Bingür
Publisher and Date:(1996)Bir kalsiyum antagonist! olan diltiazemin koroner arter cerrahisinde internal torasik arter (İTA) akımı üzerindeki etkisini incelemek üzere 60 olgu üzerinde yapılan çalışmada, 30 olguya peroperatif 0.1 mg/kg/saat - 0.3 mg /kg / saat arasında değişen dozlarda diltiazem perfüzyonu başlandı ve 24 saat devam edildi (Grup 1). Diğer 30 olguya (Grup 2) diltiazem verilmedi. Yapılan ölçümlerde İTA kan akımı Grup Vde 110 ± 5 ml/dk, Grup 2'de 70 ± 7 mi/ dk bulundu (p < 0.05). Grup 2'deki olgulara İTA içine ...
Authors:Duman, Belgin Süsleyici; Türkoğlu, Caner; Akpinar, Belhhan; Güden, Mustafa; Vertii, Alexey; Dak, Esranur; Çağatay, Tülin; Günay, Demet; Buyukdevrim, Ahmet Sevim
Publisher and Date:(COLL AMER PATHOLOGISTS, 2004)Context.-Lipoprotein lipase (LPL) plays a central role in lipid metabolism hydrolyzing triglyceride in chylomicrons and very-low-density lipoproteins. The PvuII polymorphic variant of LPL gene is common and might affect risk of coronary artery disease (CAD). Objective.-Our aim was to determine whether LPL-PvuII polymorphism can be considered to be an independent risk factor or a predictor for CAD in Turkish subjects. Design.-We used polymerase chain reaction and restriction enzyme digestion to ...
Time flow measurements (TTFM) differ between grafts do transit performed on and off-pump CABG? a comparitive study Authors:Güden, Mustafa; Akpinar, Belhhan; Saǧbaş, Ertan; Sanisoğlu, İlhan; Bayındır, Osman
Publisher and Date:(Forum Multimedia Publishing LLC., 2002)Background: The aim of this study was to compare intraoperative coronary graft flows performed on and off-pump and to evaluate the effects of hemodilution on coronary graft flows in off-pump CABG patients by using TTFM. Materials and Methods: During a one year period 150 patients undergoing a CABG only procedure were enrolled in a prospective randomized manner. Group 1 consisted of 50 patients undergoing CABG using standard CPB techniques. Group 2 consisted of 50 cases who were planned to undergo ...