Details of Heart Surgery

Details of Heart Surgery. In this study, we documented patients with ischemic bowel disease (small bowel, n = 11, and colon, n = 6), but it was not possible to determine the etiology or severity of the disease. pathology patients …

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Heart Surgery Conversation

Heart Surgery Conversation. Over the last three decades, significant progress has been made in cardiac surgery. In addition to technological breakthroughs, the contributions made in the areas of perioperative monitoring (monitoring), perfusion and anesthesia5 must be highlighted. The demographic characteristics …

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Anamnestic infarction

Anamnestic infarction. The operative risk after myocardial infarction is less related to age, size, location, degree of complications, amount of muscle at risk of subsequent ischemia, and functional status of the ventricle. For safety, a limit of three months after …

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Unstable ischemia and vital intervention

Unstable ischemia and vital intervention. There is a particularly unfavorable combination: it is the group of patients with unstable angina (risk of heart attack> 20%), whose stress echo reveals alterations of segmental kinetics in more than a third of the …

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Risks increased by vessels under flag of convenience

Risks increased by vessels under flag of convenience. Hydrocarbon projects are currently proliferating in Quebec: construction of terminals on the St. Lawrence, pipeline transportation of crude oil (Energy East and 9B), exploration and exploitation of deposir near Gasp√©, Anticosti and …

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Tankers. Tanker vessels

Tankers. Tanker vessels: These are dry bulk cargo carriers. This category covers liquids of any density, including liquefied gases. Oil tankers: transport of crude oil: These vessels are dedicated to the transportation of crude oil between production areas and refineries …

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Abdominal complications associated with cardiac surgery

Abdominal complications associated with cardiac surgery: a contemporary surgical experience and examination of an operated population without extracorporeal circulation. Introduction: To evaluate the incidence, risk factors, and morbidity associated with gastrointestinal (GI) complications following cardiac surgery with or without extracorporeal …

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