1986
DOI: 10.1055/s-2007-1022177
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Abstract: An abso rbab le bov ine f ib rin. 'muloplauy ring was imp la nted in the t ric usp id pOSit ion in 30 ad ult mo ng rel d ogs t o dete rmine the rate o f absor pt ion a nd Ih••ffecl iveneu of this new me th od of an nulopl. n y. There weI" 4 e,. lv dea ths. The re o ..,.ini ng 26 d ogs lurvi, ed t he o pe rat ion and were el ect ively sacr if iced. T he cu m ul ati ve f o l lo w .yp was 111 .5 mon t hs 114 YI to one yearl. Mean fo llOW "ilp 1'08' 4 .2 mont hS pee anima l. Si" dais "'cri ficed between 2 a nd 4 _… Show more

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“…Encouraging results were reported in annuloplasties, performed mainly in the pediatric population, using different techniques and different biodegradable materials [7][8][9][10]. However, even though those trials were based on a good rational approach and gave promising results, techniques required some degree of craftsmanship and therefore were less predictable.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Encouraging results were reported in annuloplasties, performed mainly in the pediatric population, using different techniques and different biodegradable materials [7][8][9][10]. However, even though those trials were based on a good rational approach and gave promising results, techniques required some degree of craftsmanship and therefore were less predictable.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…As part of the research on annuloplasty ring infection risk reduction and increasing the durability of the remodeled annulus, Duran et al [31,32] and Chachques et al [33] used absorbable flexible rings and large bore suture annuloplasty in animal models [34]. They concluded that these absorbable rings and sutures resulted in annular stabilization for 4 months and had acceptable results after 2 years of follow-up.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%