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Open Journal of Cardiovascular Surgery

Gas Exchange During Lung Perfusion/Ventilation During Cardiopulmonary Bypass: Preliminary Results of A Pilot Study

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Open Journal of Cardiovascular Surgery 2010:3 1-7

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Published on 17 Feb 2010

DOI: 10.4137/OJCS.S4109


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Abstract

Lung perfusion/ventilation was introduced as a means to minimize cardiopulmonary (CPB)-related pulmonary ischemic injury. Current results in the literature are divergent, and the role of gas exchange during lung perfusion/ventilation during CPB, remains undefined. This report details a) the technique of continuous lung perfusion/ventilation during CPB, b) provides initial observations, and c) discusses gas exchange during CPB.



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