2018
DOI: 10.1055/s-0038-1627451 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: We describe the "auto-sliding graft" technique, a different anastomotic option for reconstructive prosthetic procedures on the ascending aorta especially in patients at risk of circulatory arrest with mild aortic dilatation. This simple technique provides not only an important hemostatic reinforcement for the distal aortic graft anastomosis but also a protective effect on the native ascending aorta beyond the suture line.

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“…The technique itself is easy and does not require long training [26]. It is a convenient and safe procedure that can be used in a selected group of patients whose aortas are not calcified and are not very dilated (> 45 mm).…”
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“…The technique itself is easy and does not require long training [26]. It is a convenient and safe procedure that can be used in a selected group of patients whose aortas are not calcified and are not very dilated (> 45 mm).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning