The influence of cardiopulmonary by-pass on respiratory function in patients who underwent coronary disease surgery.

@article{Krdzali2013TheIO,
  title={The influence of cardiopulmonary by-pass on respiratory function in patients who underwent coronary disease surgery.},
  author={Alisa Krdzali{\'c} and Tomislav Kloko{\vc}ovnik and Goran Krd{\vz}ali{\'c} and Suad Gaco},
  journal={Medical archives},
  year={2013},
  volume={67 2},
  pages={97-100}
}
AIM The study is designed to show influence of cardiopulmonary by-pass (CPB) on respiratory function in patients who underwent cardiac surgery. PATIENTS AND METHODS With respect on operative technique the patients were divided into two groups consisted of 40 patients, who underwent with or without CPB. On the bases of the hemodynamic measurements and counting alveolar arterial oxygen difference (A-a)DO2, saturation of mixed venous blood (SvO2), direct intrapulmonary shunt (V/Q) and hypoxemic… CONTINUE READING
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