Heart, Lung and Circulation
Abstract| Volume 20, ISSUE 4, P255, April 2011

Minimal Aortic Manipulation and Maximal Arterial Grafting in a Consecutive Series of CABG Patients

      Introduction: Aortic manipulation and particularly aortic clamping during CABG surgery are considered to be potent causes of athero-embolism and consequent cerebral infarction. Arterial conduits are proving to have superior and perhaps indefinite longevity compared with veins for coronary re-vascularisation.
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