2001
DOI: 10.1055/s-2001-16111
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Abstract: Outcome was suboptimal for the risks involved. Recent technical advances, including coronary surgery on the beating heart with or without cardiopulmonary bypass using variable in-situ or free arterial grafts, associated with adequate evaluation of systemic atherosclerosis, should improve this outcome.

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“…In medicine, clinical simulations became part of medical doctor training after the introduction of new medical instruments, such as part-task simulators, cardiovascular systems, and multimedia programs (Bradley, 2006). A further noticeable innovation in medical education is associated with the dissemination of videoscopic imaging techniques (Borst, 2001). 4 Diamond (1997) and Aiyar et al (2008) discusses historical episodes of technological regressions in pre-industrial societies.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 98%
“…153Ͳ155 Transfusion related acute lung injury (TRALI) occurs within 6 hours of infusion of plasma containing transfusion, and causes ALI. 156 The incidence in a cardiac surgery population in one study was 2.4%, but is likely higher due to under reporting. 157 It has an associated mortality of 13%.…”
Section: Complications In the Postoperative Periodmentioning
confidence: 97%
“…Auch die erste Implantation eines Herzschrittmachers 1961 in Düsseldorf, nur 3 Jahre nach der Erstimplantation von Senning in Stockholm, und die erste Herztransplantation 1969 in München, nur 2 Jahre nach der ersten Herztransplantation durch Christian Barnard in Kapstadt, fallen in dieses Jahrzehnt. Trotz der atemberaubenden Geschwindigkeit, mit der sich die herzchirurgischen Operationsverfahren weiterentwickelten, stiegen die Fallzahlen in Deutschland jedoch nur langsam an: In insgesamt 16 herzchirurgischen Kliniken wurden 1970 lediglich 1975 Operationen durchgeführt [ 19 ].…”
Section: Von Den Anfängen Bis Zur Heutigen Zeitunclassified
“…Die „Off-pump“-Verfahren im Bereich der Bypass-Chirurgie („off-pump coronary artery bypass“, OPCAB), aber auch endoskopische Verfahren im Bereich der Herzklappenchirurgie hielten zunehmend Einzug in die Routineversorgung und wurden von einzelnen Zentren, wie z. B. in Leipzig, entscheidend forciert[ 19 ].…”
Section: Von Den Anfängen Bis Zur Heutigen Zeitunclassified