Effects of different graft preparation techniques on the acute thrombogenicity of autologous vein grafts. An experimental study in sheep

European Surgical Research. Europäische Chirurgische Forschung. Recherches Chirurgicales Européennes
O LannerstadD Bergqvist

Abstract

The effects of different techniques of preparing autologous vein grafts on acute thrombogenicity have been studied in a sheep model. Storing grafts at room temperature or rinsing with different solutions seemed to be of minor importance, whereas distending them to a pressure of 400 mm Hg significantly reduced patency and increased platelet accumulation and thrombus formation.

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