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“…The frequency of pleural effusion was 84%, whereas atelectasis was 65%. Patients received mechanical ventilation for a median of 11 hours (8)(9)(10)(11)(12)(13)(14)(15)(16) and their average length of hospital stay was 12.7 days. Eleven patients died after MRV (5.4%).…”
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“…The frequency of pleural effusion was 84%, whereas atelectasis was 65%. Patients received mechanical ventilation for a median of 11 hours (8)(9)(10)(11)(12)(13)(14)(15)(16) and their average length of hospital stay was 12.7 days. Eleven patients died after MRV (5.4%).…”
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“…Due to the fact that general anesthesia depresses the function of respiratory centers, the longer the sedation time the higher the risk of pulmonary impairment 13,14 .…”
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“…Rocha et al [14] observed that these complications were more developed for patients aged ≥ 70 years, which had more respiratory complications (21 In a retrospective study, Machado et al [5] reported 10% mortality rate in octogenarian patients undergoing CABG, and observed the occurrence of cardiac arrhythmias (especially atrial fibrillation), cerebrovascular, and respiratory complications in the postoperative period. In our study, the cardiac complications were also major postoperative complications (12.6%).…”
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“…The number of octogenarians undergoing CABG increased from 0.13%, in 1986, to 3.5%, in 2001, at the Heart Institute of the Clinical Hospital of the Faculty of Medicine, University of São Paulo, the last 16 years (1986-2001) [5]. Thus, recent studies demonstrate the concern of evaluating the outcomes of CABG in elderly patients and comparison with younger individuals to verify the risks to which the elderly are more vulnerable because they are considered high risk patients for this surgery [6,7].…”
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