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Chapter 5 - Conduct of cardiopulmonary bypass

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  05 December 2015

Sunit Ghosh
Affiliation:
Papworth Hospital, Cambridge
Florian Falter
Affiliation:
Papworth Hospital, Cambridge
Albert C. Perrino, Jr
Affiliation:
Yale University, Connecticut
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Print publication year: 2015

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Abel, RM, Buckley, MJ, Austen, WG, et al. Etiology, incidence, and prognosis of renal failure following cardiac operations. Results of a prospective analysis of 500 consecutive patients. J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 1976; 71(3): 323–33.
Bennett, EV Jr, Fewel, JG, Grover, FL, Trinkle, JK. Myocardial preservation: effect of venous drainage. Ann Thorac Surg 1983; 36(2): 132–42.
Curtis, N, Vohra, HA, Ohri, SK. Mini extracorporeal circuit cardiopulmonary bypass system: a review. Perfusion 2010; 25(3): 115–24
Hartman, GS, Isom, OW, Krieger, KH. Retrograde autologous priming for cardiopulmonary bypass: a safe and effective means of decreasing hemodilution and transfusion requirements. J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 1998; 115(2): 426–39.
Nuetzle, LE, Bailey, CP. New method for systemic arterial perfusion in extracorporeal circulation. J Thorac Surg 1959; 37(6): 707–10 (no abstract available).
Rosengart, TK, DeBois, W, O’Hara, M, et al. Deairing of the venous drainage in standard extracorporeal circulation results in a profound reduction of arterial micro bubbles. Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 2006; 54(1): 3941.

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