The double stitch everting technique in end‐to‐side vascular anastomoses

@article{Volovici2017TheDS,
  title={The double stitch everting technique in end‐to‐side vascular anastomoses},
  author={V. Volovici and R. Dammers and D. Zamfirescu},
  journal={Microsurgery},
  year={2017},
  volume={37}
}
  • V. Volovici, R. Dammers, D. Zamfirescu
  • Published 2017
  • Medicine
  • Microsurgery
  • A wealth of modifications of the original end-to-side technique are described in the literature, but so far no human randomized study has shown the superiority of one technique over another. To answer the needs of reduced time and increased efficiency, we devised the “double stitch everting technique.” Leaving the needle in situ in the vessel wall in order to help with the tying of the final two knots, also known as the “modified Harashina procedure” has already been described. For this… CONTINUE READING
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