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Application of a device for determination of the transplant length during operation of the aorta-coronary bypass



Application of a device for determination of the transplant length during operation of the aorta-coronary bypass



Vestnik Khirurgii Imeni I. I. Grekova 171(2): 64-66



Determination of the necessary length of the bypass is one of the principal stages of operation of the aorta-coronary bypass. The greatest difficulty of the determination of the bypass length is the first-priority applying of proximal anastomoses. It requires the surgeon to have great experience, the operation to be longer. It also makes it necessary to prepare a conduit of deliberately excessive length. A device is proposed for the determination of the necessary bypass length during operation of aorta-coronary bypass consisting of a crocodile grip with a fixed to it polymer tube.

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