Cardioplegia in contemporary coronary artery bypass grafting: Effects on high-sensitivity troponins and outcomes
Dual cardioplegia anterograde and retrograde delivery, warm induction and hotshot delivery techniques had previously been shown to confer myocardial protection, but there is a paucity of recent data. High-sensitivity troponins (hs-Tn) are now the recommended biomarkers for assessing myocardial necrosis. We compared the degree of hs-Tn release and outcomes of CABG by cardioplegia techniques.
T. Wang, A. Li, T. Wilcox, H. White, T. Ramanathan
Heart, Lung and Circulation – Volume 23, Supplement 1, e1-e48
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