[The hemostatic system and the status of aortocoronary venous autografts in patients with ischemic heart disease after surgery for direct myocardial revascularization based on autopsy research data].

@article{Knyshov1992TheHS,
  title={[The hemostatic system and the status of aortocoronary venous autografts in patients with ischemic heart disease after surgery for direct myocardial revascularization based on autopsy research data].},
  author={Gennady Knyshov and S N Furkalo and V I Ursulenko and V. P. Zakharova and I V Vykhovaniuk and Iu N Luk'ianov and E S Zadorozhnaia},
  journal={Grudnaia i serdechno-sosudistaia khirurgiia},
  year={1992},
  volume={9-10},
  pages={36-9}
}
The study was undertaken to examine the relationship between the major hemostatic factors in the early postoperative period and the status of an autovenous graft in 19 patients with coronary heart disease who died 3 to 40 days after aortocoronary bypass surgery. The hemostatic system was monitored on the patients' admission and during the whole observation. Hypercoagulation was recorded in all patients in the first postoperative hours. A trend towards hypercoagulation during the entire period… CONTINUE READING