1990
DOI: 10.1055/s-2007-1014013 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: The purpose of this clinical study was to (1) evaluate mortality rates after surgical interventions for patients in cardiogenic shock (CS) secondary to acute coronary occlusion, acute ventricular septal defect (VSD) or acute valvular heart disease, (2) determine the pre-operative regional wall motion, and (3) ascertain the recovery of preoperative regional wall motion abnormalities after surgical intervention. The hospital records of twenty-five consecutive patients in CS were reviewed retrospectively. Regiona… Show more

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“…This patient group has an extremely poor prognosis and a hospital mortality rate of 60% to almost 100%. An improvement in survival has been reported through rapid reopening of the infarcted vessel with PTCA or operative myocardial revascularization [Beyersdorf 1990;Allen 1993].…”
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“…This patient group has an extremely poor prognosis and a hospital mortality rate of 60% to almost 100%. An improvement in survival has been reported through rapid reopening of the infarcted vessel with PTCA or operative myocardial revascularization [Beyersdorf 1990;Allen 1993].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning