Cardiopulmonary Bypass: Principles and Practice by Glenn P. Gravlee MD, Visit Amazon's Richard F. Davis MD

By Glenn P. Gravlee MD, Visit Amazon's Richard F. Davis MD Page, search results, Learn about Author Central, Richard F. Davis MD, , Alfred H. Stammers MSA CCP, Ross M. Ungerleider MD MBA

Established because the regular reference on cardiopulmonary skip, Dr. Gravlee's textual content is now in its 3rd variation. This finished, multidisciplinary textual content covers all elements of cardiopulmonary skip together with sections on apparatus, body structure and pathology, hematologic features, and scientific applications.

This version incorporates a new part on cardiopulmonary pass in neonates, babies, and kids and a brand new bankruptcy on circulatory aid for minimally invasive cardiac surgical procedure. different highlights contain cutting-edge details on low-volume circuits and different new gear and discussions of results info for on-pump and off-pump surgeries.

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As CPB became predictably reliable for a wide variety of congenital malformations, beginning in 1956 open cardiotomy was successfully applied to revolutionize the treatment of patients with acquired valvular heart disease (100,101) and subsequently in the treatment of an even larger group afflicted with coronary arteriosclerosis (102,103). By 1967, the ultimate landmark of successful human heart transplantation was reached by two surgeons, Drs. Barnard and Shumway, who had trained together in the late 1950s in my cardiac program at the University of Minnesota.

The Maxima (Medtronic) hollow-fiber membrane oxygenator is a widely used state-of-the-art device. This disposable unit and similar competitive devices, such as those of Cobe, Terumo, Sarns, Shiley, and Bard, have rigid outer shells with integrated heat exchangers, easily attached venous reservoirs and cardiotomy suction chambers, low priming volumes, and efficient gas transfer. Their ease of use and more competitive price differentials versus the bubblers have resulted in increasing use for routine open-heart procedures.

Historic operation. 1953:70. 13. Kirklin JW. Open heart surgery at the Mayo Clinic—the 25th anniversary. Mayo Clin Proc 1980;50:339–341. 14. Swan H, Lewis FJ, Varco RL, et al. Repair of atrial septal defects in men under direct vision with the aid of hypothermia. Surgery 1954;36:538–556. In discussion. 15. Helmsworth JA, Clark LC Jr, Kaplan S, et al. An oxygenator pump for use in total bypass of heart and lungs. J Thorac Surg 1953;26:617–631. 16. Dodrill FD, Hill E, Gerisch RA, et al. Pulmonary valvuloplasty under direct vision using the mechanical heart for a complete bypass of the right heart in a patient with congenital pulmonary stenosis.

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