By F. Loogen (auth.), Universitäts-Professor Dr. med. Felix Unger (eds.)
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7 mean 38m 2d-5yrs mean 13m 3w-78m mean 24m Mean age Time in years between ORs 40 219 69/10 79 78 Krause" (11) 56/23 M/F ratio 79 78 Kobayashi (10) n Year Author (ref. #) Table 1. Summary of publications on reoperation 42 12 b new dis. 39 6 19 21 14 e a+b ineomp. lstOR 10 41 12 30 11 6 52 5 6 28 13 3 4 0 18 13 a+e eombined eauses - 18 45 9 7 perieardial fibrosis -1 a+b+e:7 eonstrietive periearditis -1 46 57 31 a gft. oee. 4% eomp. 8% oed. 8% a 79 patients, 85 reops; b 43 patients, 46 reops Abbreviations: Ref.
The overall patency rate of 69% pIus 5% compromised is substantially lower than our total patency rate of 89% for 1400 grafts studied postoperatively. Discussion The number of reoperations for myocardial revascularization is increasing steadily. This is not unexpected since the total population from which candidates for reoperation are derived is cumulative. The hazards ofperforming repeat revascularization are very real [1, 10-15]. Normally there is a higher operative mortality although this is not always the case.
Eschenbruch EM, Schmuziger M, Tolle Naere P, Gornandt L, Hahn e (1980) Endarterectomy of the left coronary artery as a supplement surgical means of myocardial revascularization with aortocoronary bypass procedure. Thorae eardiovasc Surg 28: 280-284 5. Miller De, Stinson EB, Oyer PE, Reitz BA, Jamieson SW, Moreno-eabral RJ, Shumway NE (1981) Long-term elinical assessment of the efficacy of adjunctive coronary endarterectomy. J Thorae eardiovasc Surg 81: 21-29 6. Kamath ML, Schmidt DA, Pedraza PM, Blau FM, Sampathkumar A, Grzelak LL, Dudley Johnson W (1981) Patency and flow response in endarterectomized coronary arteries.
Coronary Artery Surgery by F. Loogen (auth.), Universitäts-Professor Dr. med. Felix Unger (eds.)