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Flow-Assisted Surgical Technique during Cardiac Surgery

Flow measurement during cardiac surgery can help identify issues with flow or confirm the success of the anastomosis before closure.

"The intraoperative use of flow measurements provide invaluable information in a timely, accurate, cost-effective manner allowing for the surgical correction of a surgical problem. This has significantly reduced the complications related to early technically induced graft failure. In an era of rapidly changing surgical techniques this provides documentation of the sine-quo-non of the operation: patency." - Bruce Mindich, MD

In it you’ll discover:

  • How transit-time flowmetry can guide CABG surgery
  • How to measure flow during robotic CABG surgery
  • How transit-time flowmetry can improve pediatric cardiac surgery

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