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In the past, Dr. Francis P. Sutter, Chief of Cardiac Surgery at Lankenau Medical Center, manually checked forward and reversed flows. Now, he uses Transonic coronary flowprobes daily to ensure a perfect anastomosis, especially during beating-heart surgery.

Watch the video to find out why Dr. Sutter feels quantitative flow measurement should be a requirement in thoracic surgery.

To learn about the importance of flow measurements during heart surgery, download the CABG Handbook.

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