Carlson, Robert G.; Edlich, Richard F.; Subramanian, Valavanur; Lande, Arnold I.; Bonnabeau, Raymond C.; Gans, Henry; Lillehel, C. Walton
February 1969
Angiology;Feb1969, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p107
Academic Journal
Phasic blood flow within isolated venous segments inserted into myocardial tunnels maintained the fluidity of blood. Defibrination and absence of red thrombi were noted in isolated venous segments without proximal or distal runoff implanted into the myocardium, whereas isolated vessels lying on the pleura were filled with red thrombi. This interrelationship between phasic blood flow and fluidity of blood within myocardial-tunneled segments suggested that to and fro motion of blood within the vessel was an important determinant of immediate implant patency (table 2).


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