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Tesi etd-10112019-201955

Type of thesis
Master univ. II liv.
Author
RAMIREZ, DAVID
URN
etd-10112019-201955
Title
LESSONS LEARNED WHEN STARTING A MICS PROGRAM IN CIVIL HOSPITAL OF GUADALAJARA MEXICO
Course
Innovation in Cardiac Surgery: Advances in Minimally Invasive Therapeutics
Committee
relatore Prof. PASSINO, CLAUDIO
Tutor Dott. SOLINAS, MARCO
Keywords
  • cardiac surgery
  • minimally invasive
Exam session start date
31/10/2019;
Availability
completa
Abstract
Cardiac surgery in the last 22 years has evolved along with new technologies, by tailoring a multidisciplinary team to perform minimally invasive surgery with the goal of providing less hospital stay, use of blood products, postoperative complications and a lower length of stay with the same quality and safety conventional methods. Minimally invasive cardiac surgery’s been used to repair different types of congenital heart disease improving in addition to the cosmetic result, the operative morbidity. In this work we mention the lesson learned in the first cases of minimally invasive cardiac surgery in the Cardiac surgery department of the Civil Hospital of Guadalajara México, analyzing variables such a diagnosis, surgery performed, surgical approach, cardiopulmonary bypass time, aortic clamping time, complications and outcomes.
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