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The indication of surgical valva replacement also at older age (greater than 60 years) with chronically rheumatic valvular diseases requires both the assessment of the pre-operative constellation of findings and perioperative complications. From this combined point of view statements concerning the strategy of valve replacement at older age seem to be(More)
The perioperative lesion of the myocardium in heart-lung machine operation can on principle not be prevented despite complex measures of the protection of the myocardium and the individual monitoring of the patients, this particularly by including patients with high risk of ischaemia of the myocardium (instable angina pectoris, stenosis of the trunc and(More)
The increase in the number of patients with heart and circulatory diseases during selective surgical operations in the past decades is due to both the epidemiologic situation and the increase in the number of old and very old people. To ensure optimum perioperative care of these patients, the anaesthetist must know the degree of illness of each individual(More)
On the extended diagnosis for an aorto-coronary venous bypass operation, with a greater involvement of patients with instable angina pectoris symptomatik (inApS), left main artery disease (LAD), aneurysmal resection, and "bad" ventricle (ejection fraction global less than or equal to 30%), the preoperative risk was evaluated in n = 600 patients. In a total(More)
Early detection of perioperative complications during cardiosurgical operations is of differential diagnostic and differential therapeutic importance. Various risk groups of aortocoronary venous bypass operations have been analysed under different aspects: age, (not significant), implemented bypass rate (aneurysm resection 1.75/p less than 0.01 compared(More)
The success of operations of the replacement of heart valves is disturbed by perioperative complications and early lethality. A valuation of the perioperative risk individually of patients with operations of the replacement of heart valves according to defined subgroups is controlled by the perioperative course. In order to achieve the registration of(More)
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