TITLE

Acute phase and opsonin response in cardiac surgery patients: influence of underlying cardiac disease

AUTHOR(S)
Welters, I.; Menges, T.; Ballesteros, M.; Sablotzki, A.; Görlach, G.; Hempelmann, G.
PUB. DATE
November 1998
SOURCE
Perfusion;1998, Vol. 13 Issue 6, p447
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Cardiopulmonary bypass (CPB) leads to an activation of plasma cascade systems, complement activation, and an acute phase response. To evaluate the influence of the underlying cardiac disease on the activation pattern of these systems, we compared inflammatory changes in coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG) patients with patients undergoing aortic valve replacement. We investigated changes of the acute phase proteins a1-proteinase inhibitor and fibrinogen, the unspecific opsonin fibronectin, and the complement components C3c and C4 induced by extracorporeal circulation in 12 patients undergoing aortic valve replacement and in 12 patients undergoing CABG. Concentrations of C3c and C4 decreased in both groups after the onset of CPB and C4 concentration remained below post-induction levels up to 24 h after onset of CPB (p = 0.04). Fibronectin levels dropped immediately before the onset of CPB (p = 0.01), reaching the lowest values after 20 min of extracorporeal circulation. Fibrinogen and a1-proteinase inhibitor levels after induction of anaesthesia were significantly higher in the CABG group and remained higher throughout the entire study period (p.
ACCESSION #
4093502

 

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