Joseph P. McGoldrick

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We report our experience of herpes simplex virus infection in a series of 51 recipients of heart lung transplantation (HLT). Nine patients, all of whom were seropositive for the virus preoperatively, developed HSV infection. Seven episodes of culture-proved mucocutaneous HSV infection without evidence of pulmonary involvement occurred in four patients. Six(More)
Three hundred-thirteen heart transplant procedures were performed in 303 patients in the 10 years between January 1979 and December 1988. The incidence, histologic type, and site of malignant disease have been analyzed in the 275 patients (91%) who survived more than 1 month after heart transplantation. Four immunosuppressive regimens have been used during(More)
Chronic rejection is the major cause of death of long-term survivors of heart-lung transplantation. Of our 61 patients who have received heart-lung transplants, 29 have been followed up for a year or longer. Seven patients had clinical evidence of chronic rejection within 15 months of transplantations of these seven, four died with postmortem confirmation(More)
Aortic valve replacement with a pulmonary autograft was performed on 241 patients between June 1967 and October 1986 at National Heart Hospital, Guy's Hospital, Middlesex Hospital, Harley Street Clinic, and Italian Hospital in London by one of the authors (D.N.R.). The longest follow-up is 18 years 7 months, and the cumulative total follow-up is 1130(More)
We report our experience of heart-lung transplantation for the treatment of children with terminal respiratory disease. Between May 1987 and October 1988 we performed heart-lung transplantation in five children under the age of 16 (age range 11-15). All the patients were severely disabled by dyspnoea and hypoxia. Two had primary pulmonary hypertension, two(More)
Repair of coarctation of the aorta using Dacron onlay patch grafting performed in a 2 1/2-year-old child, with subsequent late formation of a true aneurysm on the side of the graft, is reported. Review of the literature did not reveal other cases of late formation of true aneurysm on the side of the Dacron onlay patch graft.
Cardiopulmonary bypass (CPB) involves the use of either an occlusive roller pump or centrifugal pump. Damage to blood elements, including haemolysis, may arise from occlusion when using a roller pump; the appropriate degree of occlusion has not yet been determined scientifically. Centrifugal and nonocclusive roller pumps are reputed to reduce haemolysis.(More)