G V Solopova

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From 1994 to 2001 balloon angioplasty was fulfilled for 19 patients aged from 4 to 28 (mean 11.0+/-7.0) with discrete type aortic coarctation. Early outcomes were satisfactory in all cases. Catheterization showed 10 mm Hg decrease in systolic pressure gradient (SPG). Long-term results (from 6 months to 8 years, mean 3.0+/-2.5) were evaluated with(More)
The modified Blalock-Taussig shunt is the palliative treatment of choice for tetralogy of Fallot. Shunt thrombosis is a potential complication, requiring high-risk reoperation. The use of percutaneous rheolytic devices for thrombus removal in such occluded shunts has not been previously reported. We describe a case in which use of a rheolytic catheter(More)
The situation of aggression is accompanied by metabolic alterations with an important neuro-endocrinal context. Extracorporeal surgery is an especially aggressive situation which involves both surgery and the added metabolic state of hypothermia. In 48 patients subjected to extracorporeal circulation with hypothermia, the metabolic parameters of Oxygen(More)
Presented herein is the first case of dislocation of the closing element of the artificial low-profile aortic valve to the abdominal aorta, which happened during replacement. Toward completion of extracorporeal circulation a 37-year-old man showed the signs of aortic insufficiency because of dislocation of the closing element. After resumption of(More)
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