Laser and suture anastomosis: passive compliance and active force production.

@article{Dalsing1992LaserAS,
  title={Laser and suture anastomosis: passive compliance and active force production.},
  author={Michael C Dalsing and C. Subah Packer and P Kueppers and Sean J. Griffith and Thomas E. Davis},
  journal={Lasers in surgery and medicine},
  year={1992},
  volume={12 2},
  pages={
          190-8
        }
}
One carotid from each dog underwent a laser anastomosis and the other carotid an interrupted suture repair. One or eight weeks later (n greater than or equal to 4 dogs/time period); four rings (1 mm in length) containing the laser or suture anastomosis or the normal artery (two/dog) were removed. Using a photoelectric force transducer and lever system, the ring was stretched in increments and passive force measured. At each length, the arterial muscle was stimulated and active force measured… CONTINUE READING

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