Vertical displacement of the beating heart by the Utrecht Octopus Tissue Stabilizer: effects on haemodynamics and coronary flow

Gründeman, P.F.
July 1998
Perfusion;1998, Vol. 13 Issue 4, p229
Academic Journal
Examines the effects of vertical displacement of the beating heart by Utrecht Octopus Tissue Stabilizer on hemodynamics and coronary flow. Mechanism of the cardiovascular changes; Impact of the Trendelenburg manoeuvre on the arterial pressure; Influence of the displacement on the mechanical interference.


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