Published in Pain and Central Nervous System Week, November 13th, 2006
According to recent research published in the ASAIO Journal, "We analyzed our experience with warm perfusion and blood cardioplegia in pediatric surgery."
"Warm surgery was performed in 1400 patients," wrote Y.D. Durandy and S.H. Hulin at Institute Hospital Jacques Cartier in Massy. "Prime and perfusate are kept at 37 degrees C before and during bypass and intermittent warm blood cardioplegia is used for myocardial protection. Analyzed parameters were: peri-operative blood gas, hydric balance of cardioplegia, spontaneous...
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