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Our study demonstrated that correction of tricuspid valve disease in our cohort of patients, including valve repair and replacement and reconstructive surgery of fibrous ring alone or in combination with mitral or aortic valve replacement/ repair is accompanied by reduction of tricuspid regurgitation and reduction of cardiac chamber size and right ventricular pressure. No complications intrinsic to operative technique of tricuspid valve reconstructive surgery as advanced atrioventricular block or myocardial ischemia and infarction were recorded.
In this review, we summarized current evidence on clinical significance, outcomes and management of postpericardiotomy syndrome and its complications developing after cardiac operations.
Prosthetic valve obstruction has an incidence ranging from 0.4% to 6% per year (1). Apart from thrombus formation, prosthetic valve obstruction can also be caused by pannus formation with variable frequency (2, 3). Correct diagnosis is of paramount importance in any patient with prosthetic valve obstruction. Real time three-dimensional echocardiography (RT 3D TEE) has the capacity to provide more in-depth analysis of any pannus related mechanical valve obstruction.
This article provide an overview of studies on indications, surgery and outcomes of valvular heart disease surgery in elderly patients.
The aim of our case report is to describe rare anomaly of coronary artery origin concomitant with aortic root aneurysm, as well as to present the results of surgical correction of this pathology.
Objective: To evaluate the presence of sinus rhythm or atrial fibrillation (AF) in patients who had mitral valve surgery with concomitant surgical ablation of AF, by unipolar or bipolar radiofrequency.
In this article, we provided summary of knowledge on left ventricular posterior wall rupture as a complication of mitral valve replacement surgery and shared our experience with such complication.
Complete preservation of leaflets for mitral valve replacement to maintain geometry and the function of left ventricle in the near and distant period is necessary. The aim of study was to analyze these procedures. Bileaflet preservation of the anatomical architectonics of the left ventricle in combination with the surgical reduction of the enlarged left atrium will allow to optimize the postoperative geometry and to improve the remodeling of all the left heart along with improved long-term results of patients with mitral valve replacement.
We aimed to define the relationship of preoperative N-terminal-pro-brain type natriuretic peptide (NT-pro-BNP) testing in routine practice of cardiac surgery with clinical, perioperative variables, surgical outcomes and complications in pediatric and adult cardiac surgery patients. In addition, we assessed relationship of NT-pro-BNP with EuroSCORE II in adult patients undergoing cardiac surgery.
The use of the laboratory criterion NT-proBNP makes it possible to objectively diagnose myocardial dysfunction with high analytical sensitivity and specificity; nevertheless, it is always necessary to compare complaints and Echo-CG data with NT-proBNP data.
New techniques and special bifurcation stents may possibly overcome some limitations of the using two stents and revolutionize the management of PCI of bifurcation lesions of the coronary arteries in the future.
A 68-year-old patient with history of recent coronary artery bypass surgery (CABG) was admitted to our hospital with incessant monomorphic ventricular tachycardia (VT) and was treated successfully with radiofrequency catheter ablation (RFA).
The 4th Annual Scientific-Practical Conference on Mini-invasive and Innovative Cardiac Surgery devoted to the memory of Isa K. Akhunbaev was held between 19-22 June 2021, in Bishkek and Baet, Issyk-Kul, Kyrgyzstan.
We present a case of a large patent ductus arteriosus closure with Amplatzer ductal occluder in a 14-month-old girl with low birth weight.
Sepsis is the result of the hosts’ response to an infectious agent, leading to organ dysfunction (1). It is a very common syndrome, estimated to have occurred in 48.9 million people in 2017, which represented an incidence of 677.5 (535.7–876.1) cases per 100,000 in the same year