Jan 1, 1977

Cardiocirculatory complications and ECG changes in patients operated on for severe deformations of the anterior chest wall

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G Nikolov, G Krustinov

Abstract

After a brief literature review on the indidence of these diseases, the authors present a comprehensive analysis of a group of 117 patients, operated and treated by them, for the period from 1968 t0 1975 includ. They discuss in details the cardiocirculatory complications and ECG changes in those patients undergone operations for severe deformities of the anterior chest wall. Their observations and results obtained are well illustrated in three tables. Furthermore, they try to explain why those electrocardiographic changes do no disappear after the carried out operation treatment. Finally, they propose the inclusion of a new stage in the operation treatment of these patients, being a significant contribution to the operation treatment and the definite elimination of ECG changes.

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Coronary Circulation
Thoracic Surgery Specialty
Chest
Congenital Pectus Excavatum
Anterior Chest Wall Structure
Electrocardiographic Recorders
Pulse Rate
Entire Anterior Chest Wall
Congenital Abnormality

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