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Cold Cardioplegia Temperature in Pediatrics

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Topic: Cold Cardioplegia Temperature in Pediatrics
Posted By: sachivr
Subject: Cold Cardioplegia Temperature in Pediatrics
Date Posted: Sep 08 2009 at 10:59pm
If possible give reasons for u r answers

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Posted By: rajev76perf
Date Posted: Sep 09 2009 at 8:14am
Better myocardial cooling for protection as well as delivery of oxygen at lower temp. (oxygen dissociation curve.)
 
Rajeev Gupta


Posted By: dragosmodiga
Date Posted: Sep 18 2009 at 4:07pm
 It depends upon the complexity of the operation. For example, an ASD or let's say even a Fallot if u r done in two or three CPs with a mild hypothermia, a modified Calafiore CP could be as effective as a cold cristalloid or mixed one.


Posted By: jormoltx
Date Posted: Mar 27 2012 at 2:15pm
As cold as possible if using single dosing formulas.  Multi-dosing a little warmer.


Posted By: Warren
Date Posted: Mar 18 2013 at 3:35am
Thermography seems to be a helpful device throughout myocardial revascularization in order to assess correct myocardial cooling throughout cardioplegia, and to check intraoperative patency of saphenous vein graft and IMA graft. The use of a exceptional reflector prevents interference with the surgeon's work.
Thank's & Regard's

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