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Comparison of extracapillary and endocapillary blood flow oxygenators for open heart surgery in dogs: efficiency of gas exchange and platelet conservation

The Journal of Veterinary Medical Science

Apr 8, 2003

Katsuichiro HoshiYoshihisa Yamane

Abstract

The goal of the current study was to compare the efficiency of gas exchange and platelet conservation of a new extracapillary blood flow oxygenator versus an endocapillary blood flow oxygenator during open heart surgery with extracorporeal circulation in dogs. Dilation and remodeling of...read more

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Dioxygen
Discipline of Heart Surgery
Pathological Dilatation
Blood Flow
Pulmonary Valve Stenosis
Cardiac Surgery Procedures
Pulmonary Stenosis
Structure of Outflow Tract of Right Ventricle
Hematologic Tests
Oxygenators
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Comparison of extracapillary and endocapillary blood flow oxygenators for open heart surgery in dogs: efficiency of gas exchange and platelet conservation

The Journal of Veterinary Medical Science

Apr 8, 2003

Katsuichiro HoshiYoshihisa Yamane

PMID: 12679566

DOI: 10.1292/jvms.65.357

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