By George Shorten MD, Stephen F. Dierdorf MD, Gabriella Iohom MD DEAA FCARCSI PhD, Christopher J. O'Connor MD, Charles W. Hogue Jr. MD
This brief textbook provides sixty situations with the aspect and patient-specific info encountered in real scientific perform. circumstances hide the key issues emphasised within the in-training examination and in written and oral boards.
The situations are carefully constructed utilizing types. The constructed Case version contains a step by step layout that highlights the choices made at every one step. The Case mirrored image version contains a brief narrative, by means of research of the way the administration and end result could have been more advantageous. circumstances are referenced with present articles in help of specific options. each one case encompasses a boxed Key issues part and self-assessment questions.
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There are two surgical approaches to OPCAB: (a) the minimally invasive direct access coronary artery bypass graft (MIDCAB) procedure, which involves a small left thoracotomy Does the patient’s history affect the anesthesia plan? This patient has extensive coronary artery disease, but his LV function is preserved, and there are no significant valvular lesions. The presence and degree of collateral coronary blood supply should dictate the sequence of distal anastomoses. The presence of a carotid bruit at the site of a documented carotid stenosis raises concerns regarding preservation of cerebral blood flow to the brain perioperatively.
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Dietrich W, Busley R, Boulesteix A. Effects of aprotinin dosage on renal function. Anesthesiology 2008;108:189–198. 6. Hogue CW, London MJ. Aprotinin use during cardiac surgery: a new or continuing controversy? Anesth Analg 2006;103: 1067–1070. 7. Despotis GJ, Hogue CW Jr. Pathophysiology, prevention and treatment of bleeding after cardiac surgery: a primer for cardiologist and an update for the cardiothoracic team. Am J Cardiol 1999;83:15B–30B. qxd 3/14/09 5:09 PM Page 25 CHAPTER 7 The Use of Recombinant Factor VIIa in Cardiac Surgery Jay K.