Novel suture technique for hemostatic aortic anastomosis: backstitch.

@article{Laf2013NovelST,
  title={Novel suture technique for hemostatic aortic anastomosis: backstitch.},
  author={G. Lafçı and A. Yalçınkaya and A. Diken and I. Taşoğlu and H. S. Gedik and K. Çağlı},
  journal={Annals of vascular surgery},
  year={2013},
  volume={27 5},
  pages={
          684-6
        }
}
  • G. Lafçı, A. Yalçınkaya, +3 authors K. Çağlı
  • Published 2013
  • Medicine
  • Annals of vascular surgery
  • Postoperative anastomotic suture line complications, such as hemorrhage and pseudoaneurysm, are often encountered in thoracic aortic surgery. To minimize these complications different anastomotic techniques have been developed. We hereby describe a new distal anastomotic technique, which involves positioning the graft inside the aorta at the distal end, reinforcing the suture line with an externally placed Teflon felt strip, and finishing the anastomosis with a circumferential and continued… CONTINUE READING
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