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Venous drainage : gravity or assisted?

Filip De Somer (UGent)
(2011) PERFUSION-UK. 26(suppl. 1). p.15-19
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Since the early start of cardiopulmonary bypass, vascular access has been recognized as a main variable for obtaining optimal blood flow during cardiopulmonary bypass. In particular, venous drainage can limit the maximum flow as the wide, low-resistance, collapsible veins are connected with smaller stiff cannulas and tubing. Due to the introduction of long venous cannulas for minimally invasive cardiac surgery and the desire to limit hemodilution during cardiopulmonary bypass, more and more centers have started using assisted venous drainage techniques. This article gives an overview of these techniques, with their respective advantages and disadvantages.
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CANNULAS, HEMOLYSIS, MICROEMBOLI, venous drainage, assisted, gravity, cardiopulmonary bypass, cardiac surgery, CARDIOPULMONARY BYPASS, IN-VITRO, SURGERY, RETURN, VAVD

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De Somer, Filip. 2011. “Venous Drainage : Gravity or Assisted?” Perfusion-uk 26 (suppl. 1): 15–19.
APA
De Somer, F. (2011). Venous drainage : gravity or assisted? PERFUSION-UK, 26(suppl. 1), 15–19.
Vancouver
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De Somer F. Venous drainage : gravity or assisted? PERFUSION-UK. 2011;26(suppl. 1):15–9.
MLA
De Somer, Filip. “Venous Drainage : Gravity or Assisted?” PERFUSION-UK 26.suppl. 1 (2011): 15–19. Print.
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  abstract     = {Since the early start of cardiopulmonary bypass, vascular access has been recognized as a main variable for obtaining optimal blood flow during cardiopulmonary bypass. In particular, venous drainage can limit the maximum flow as the wide, low-resistance, collapsible veins are connected with smaller stiff cannulas and tubing. Due to the introduction of long venous cannulas for minimally invasive cardiac surgery and the desire to limit hemodilution during cardiopulmonary bypass, more and more centers have started using assisted venous drainage techniques. This article gives an overview of these techniques, with their respective advantages and disadvantages.},
  author       = {De Somer, Filip},
  issn         = {0267-6591},
  journal      = {PERFUSION-UK},
  keywords     = {CANNULAS,HEMOLYSIS,MICROEMBOLI,venous drainage,assisted,gravity,cardiopulmonary bypass,cardiac surgery,CARDIOPULMONARY BYPASS,IN-VITRO,SURGERY,RETURN,VAVD},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {suppl. 1},
  pages        = {15--19},
  title        = {Venous drainage : gravity or assisted?},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0267659110394713},
  volume       = {26},
  year         = {2011},
}

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