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Simple hypothermic retrograde cerebral perfusion during aortic arch surgery.
We have found that retrograde cerebral perfusion can be performed by simply elevating central venous pressure during aortic arch surgery. During hypothermia (15 degrees C) venous blood rich in oxygenExpand
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[Simple hypothermic retrograde cerebral perfusion for brain protection during aortic arch surgery].
We have recently found that retrograde cerebral perfusion can be performed by simply elevating central venous pressure to 15 mmHg in the Trendelenburg position when the aortic arch is open duringExpand
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Paraplegia due to spinal epidural hematoma after mitral valve surgery: Report of a case
Spinal epidural hematomas are rare entities that can be associated with spinal traumatic injuries and vascular lesions or that can spontaneously arise. Several reports have linked these hematomas toExpand
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Simple hypothermic retrograde cerebral perfusion during aortic arch replacement. A preliminary report on two successful cases.
We recently found that hypothermic retrograde cerebral perfusion can be performed by simply elevating the central venous pressure in Trendelenburg's position while the aortic arch is open. In thisExpand
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Oozing type cardiac rupture repaired with percutaneous injection of fibrin-glue into the pericardial space: case report.
Two patients, a 56-year-old man and an 81-year-old woman who were admitted to hospital because of anteroseptal acute myocardial infarction, were initially treated successfully with directExpand
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Distal aortic arch aneurysmectomy and coronary revascularization through a left thoracotomy.
A successful single operation of a distal aortic arch aneurysm and coronary artery disease through a left lateral thoracotomy using a simple hypothermic retrograde cerebral perfusion technique forExpand
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Aneurysm in the pulmonary trunk associated with atrial septal defect, a left coronary artery fistula to the pulmonary trunk, and valvular pulmonary stenosis.
A 78-year-old woman with an aneurysm in the pulmonary trunk associated with an atrial septal defect, left anterior descending coronary artery fistula to the pulmonary trunk and valvular pulmonaryExpand
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[The effect of intraoperative high-dose tranexamic acid on blood loss after operation for acute aortic dissection].
The effect of high dose tranexamic acid on blood loss after operations for acute aortic dissection was evaluated. Twenty-eight patients undergoing emergent operations for acute aortic dissection wereExpand
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[A case report--successful surgical treatment of prosthetic aortic valve detachment with enlargement of sinuses of Valsalva caused by the recurrence of aortitis].
A successful operation on a 49-year-old female with aortitis syndrome associated with prosthetic aortic valve detachment was reported. Aortic valve replacement using SJM 25A had been performed forExpand
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[Mitral valve plasty and coronary artery bypass grafting under beating heart cardiopulmonary bypass for severe left ventricular dysfunction; report of a case].
A 54-year-old man with ischemic mitral regurgitation and severe heart failure due to broad myocardial infarction successfully underwent mitral valve plasty and coronary artery bypass grafting underExpand
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