• Publications
  • Influence
Effect of partial ileal bypass surgery on mortality and morbidity from coronary heart disease in patients with hypercholesterolemia. Report of the Program on the Surgical Control of the
BACKGROUND AND METHODS The Program on the Surgical Control of the Hyperlipidemias (POSCH), a randomized clinical trial, was designed to test whether cholesterol lowering induced by the partial ilealExpand
  • 989
  • 13
Sublethal Damage to the Red Blood Cell from Pumping
BLOOD PUMPS selected well over a decade ago have proven adequate for routine cardiac bypass procedures lasting several hours. Immediate hemolysis has been the commonly accepted index of trauma toExpand
  • 53
  • 3
The First Open Heart Corrections of Tetralogy of Fallot: A 26–31 Year Follow‐up of 106 Patients
Tetralogy of Fallot became a correctable malformation on August 31, 1954, and from that date through 1960, 106 patients (ages 4 months-45 years) who underwent open repairs at the University ofExpand
  • 144
  • 3
The first open-heart repairs of ventricular septal defect, atrioventricular communis, and tetralogy of Fallot using extracorporeal circulation by cross-circulation: a 30-year follow-up.
From March 26, 1954, to July 19, 1955, 45 patients with major cardiac malformations not previously correctable underwent open repair utilizing cross-circulation between patient and donor withoutExpand
  • 99
  • 3
The direct vision correction of calcific aortic stenosis by means of a pump-oxygenator and retrograde coronary sinus perfusion.
Blind or closed techniques for the correction of calcific aorta stenosis either through the left ventricle or the aorta have been encouraging but not all together satisfactory. The failures or deathsExpand
  • 144
  • 2
  • PDF
Surgical treatment of hyperlipidemia
The authors have now had ten years of clinical experience with the partial ileal bypass operation for management of the hyperlipidemias. The human trial was preceded by and has been continuouslyExpand
  • 93
  • 2