F. F. Turaev

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Aortic valve replacement was carried out 394 patients. Among them 311 patients were men, 83 - women. Age of the patients varied from 10 to 78 years; mean age amounted 36.9+/-1.3 years. The patients were divided into 2 groups. 165 (41.9%) patients with aortic stenosis and combined aortic valve disease with predominance of stenosis formed the 1st group. 229(More)
Moderate aortic valve stenosis is a common condition in patients with coronary heart disease (Gullinov and Garsia, 2005). Recent studies have shown that progression of aortic valve stenosis depends on the degree of valvular leaflets calcification; that aortic valve replacement does not increase mortality after coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG);(More)
The study included 394 patients selected for aortic valve prosthetics. Group 1 comprised patients with prevailing aortic stenosis (n = 165 or 41.9%), group 2 patients with prevailing aortic insufficiency (n = 229 or 58.1%). Their preoperative characteristics were arbitrary categorized as follows: circulatory disturbances (F1), anthropometric parameters(More)
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