At the 5th day after AMI or heart operation, the AMI positive rates were 70% (cTnT),66% (cTnI),4% (CK MB) and 8% (CK). In heart operation group, the positive rates were 66% (cTnT),61% (cTnI), 6% (CK MB) and 10% (CK).
Methods Ninety-five patients after heart operation were divided into three groups according to the means of S_()O_2<60%(groupⅠ,n=10),60%-70%(groupⅡ,n=45) and>70%(groupⅢ,(n=40).) S_()O_2were measured each hour in intensive care unit(ICU) at first twelve hours after operation.
Early postoperative gastric enteral nutrition improve gastric emptying after cardiac surgery
Postoperative intragastric enteral feeding in cardiac surgery patients is frequently complicated by delayed gastric emptying.
The results of study show that several months after cardiac surgery, almost half of the patients with an implanted artificial valve have decreased HRV.
The preclinical treatment should aim to optimize ventilation and oxygenation, to recognize and treat tension pneumothorax and pericardial tamponade and also to transport the patient to a hospital where cardiac surgery is feasible.
The patient was initially transported to a hospital with a cardiac surgery department and was sternotomized within 30 min of arrival.
30 patients had simple ASD II, 3 persisting foramen ovale with suspected paradoxal cerebral embolitation and 1 significant residual shunt at atrial level after corrective heart surgery for interrupted aortic arch type B.
A novel temporary atrial patch electrode (TAPE) for low energy atrial defibrillation was first implanted for intraoperative testing ans subsequently removed during open heart surgery in 10 patients (Phase I).
During heart surgery, which was done without complications, the defect was closed with a suture.
Beating heart surgery included resection of the aneurysmatic saphenous vein graft, reconstruction of the right atrium and coronary artery bypass grafting to the right coronary artery.
Introduction: Avoidance of extracorporeal circulation during beating heart surgery (OP CAB = Off-Pump Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery) for aortocoronary bypass grafting (ACBG) is gaining increasing importance in modern cardiac surgery.
The aim of our study was to evaluate pre- and postoperative cTNI levels, the pattern of elevation in the first four postoperative days and the prognostic value after pediatric cardiac operation.
Patients with severe carcinoid heart disease currently are referred for cardiac operation when they develop cardiac symptoms, ventricular dysfunction, or (rarely) in anticipation of hepatic surgery.
Neuroimaging findings in neonates and infants from superior vena cava obstruction after cardiac operation
The study group included elective, emergency, and combined with cardiac operation CEAs in both symptomatic and asymptomatic carotid artery disease patients.
One patient has recurrent desmoid at 30?months, another is alive and well at 48?months, and the other patient, who was not a transplant candidate, died from an unrelated cardiac operation at 23?months.