Renee M. Mapes

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A carbon dioxide (CO(2)) embolism during endoscopic vein harvesting is a rare but potentially fatal complication. Early and accurate diagnosis is crucial for limiting the extent of the embolism and stabilizing the resulting cardiovascular compromise. We report a case of CO(2) embolization during endoscopic vein harvesting. Transesophageal echocardiography(More)
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