Etiquetas Archivo: Congenital cardiac surgery

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Nonresuscitation Fluid Accumulation and Outcomes After Pediatric Cardiac Surgery: Single-Center Retrospective Cohort Study

Abstract OBJECTIVES:  Postoperative patients after congenital cardiac surgery are at high risk of fluid overload (FO), which is known to be associated with poor outcomes. “Fluid creep,” or nonresuscitation IV..

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Coagulation after paediatric miniaturised versus conventional cardiopulmonary bypass: Retrospective cohort study

Abstract Background Cardiopulmonary bypass (CPB) causes coagulation disorders after surgery. This study aimed to compare the coagulation parameters after congenital cardiac surgery with miniaturised CPB (MCPB) versus conventional CPB (CCPB)...

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Fluid Accumulation After Neonatal Congenital Cardiac Operation: Clinical Implications and Outcomes

Abstract Background This study was conducted to determine the association between fluid balance metrics and mortality and other postoperative outcomes after neonatal cardiac operation in a contemporary multicenter cohort. Methods..

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Timing of congenital cardiac surgery in children who turned COVID-19 positive

Abstract We report a series of four patients with CHD who tested positive for COVID-19, got treated, and underwent cardiac surgery in the same sitting. All had an uneventful perioperative..

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2020 ESC Guidelines for the management of adult congenital heart disease: The Task Force for the management of adult congenital…

1 Preamble Guidelines summarize and evaluate available evidence with the aim of assisting health professionals in proposing the best management strategies for an individual patient with a given condition. Guidelines..

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Deep hypothermic circulatory arrest or tepid regional cerebral perfusion: impact on haemodynamics and myocardial integrity in a randomized experimental trial

Abstract OBJECTIVES Organ protective management during aortic arch surgery comprises deep hypothermic (18°C) circulatory arrest (DHCA), or moderate hypothermia (28°C/ ‘tepid’) with regional cerebral perfusion (TRCP). The aim of this..

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