2018
DOI: 10.1055/s-0038-1667179
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Abstract: Simultaneous application of the David and FET procedure in patients with acute aortic dissection is safe and feasible in experienced hands as compared with standard aortic root replacement plus FET. The mid-term outcomes are encouraging and noninferior to conventional surgery results.

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“…8 Goebel et al compared their outcomes of 28 patients who underwent combined VPARR and FET to 20 patients who underwent prosthetic aortic root replacement and FET, all for acute aortic dissection. 12 There was no significant difference between 30-day mortality (10.7% VPARR vs 20% root replacement) or midterm survival (82% VPARR vs 68% root replacement). They reported no need for intervention on the aortic root or the descending aorta.…”
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“…They reported no need for intervention on the aortic root or the descending aorta. 12 Thoracic Aortic Repair: How Much Is Too Much?…”
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confidence: 99%
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