Advanced Therapy in Cardiac Surgery

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B.C. Decker, 1999 - Chest - 543 pages
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This volume draws on the experience of leading practitioners to offer proven management techniques for cardiac surgery. It uses the case study approach to closely mirror clinical practice and treatment. First, cases that are specific to type or etiology are presented. Then, the case author explains how the case was managed. Suggestions regarding the management of similar cases are described. Lastly, vital information is summarized in a quick-reference format.

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Myocardial Protection with Integrated Blood Cardioplegia

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Franco, Yale University School of Medicine.

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