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Use of minimal invasive extracorporeal circulation in cardiac surgery: principles, definitions and potential benefits: a position paper from the Minimal invasive Extra-Corporeal Technologies international Society (MiECTiS)

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Minimal invasive extracorporeal circulation (MiECC) systems have initiated important efforts within science and technology to further improve the biocompatibility of cardiopulmonary bypass components to minimize the adverse effects and improve end-organ protection. The Minimal invasive Extra-Corporeal Technologies international Society was founded to create an international forum for the exchange of ideas on clinical application and research of minimal invasive extracorporeal circulation technology. The present work is a consensus document developed to standardize the terminology and the definition of minimal invasive extracorporeal circulation technology as well as to provide recommendations for the clinical practice. The goal of this manuscript is to promote the use of MiECC systems into clinical practice as a multidisciplinary strategy involving cardiac surgeons, anaesthesiologists and perfusionists.
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Minimally invasive extracorporeal circulation, Extracorporeal circulation, Cardiopulmonary bypass, Modular systems, Systemic inflammation reaction syndrome, Complications, ARTERY-BYPASS SURGERY, MINIATURIZED CARDIOPULMONARY BYPASS, ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY, MINIMIZED PERFUSION CIRCUITS, CORONARY REVASCULARIZATION, GRAFT-SURGERY, INFLAMMATORY RESPONSE, CARDIOVASCULAR ANESTHESIOLOGISTS, BLOOD CONSERVATION, HEPARIN

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Anastasiadis, Kyriakos, John Murkin, Polychronis Antonitsis, Adrian Bauer, Marco Ranucci, Erich Gygax, Jan Schaarschmidt, et al. 2016. “Use of Minimal Invasive Extracorporeal Circulation in Cardiac Surgery: Principles, Definitions and Potential Benefits: a Position Paper from the Minimal Invasive Extra-Corporeal Technologies International Society (MiECTiS).” Interactive Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery 22 (5): 647–662.
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Anastasiadis, K., Murkin, J., Antonitsis, P., Bauer, A., Ranucci, M., Gygax, E., Schaarschmidt, J., et al. (2016). Use of minimal invasive extracorporeal circulation in cardiac surgery: principles, definitions and potential benefits: a position paper from the Minimal invasive Extra-Corporeal Technologies international Society (MiECTiS). INTERACTIVE CARDIOVASCULAR AND THORACIC SURGERY, 22(5), 647–662.
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Anastasiadis K, Murkin J, Antonitsis P, Bauer A, Ranucci M, Gygax E, et al. Use of minimal invasive extracorporeal circulation in cardiac surgery: principles, definitions and potential benefits: a position paper from the Minimal invasive Extra-Corporeal Technologies international Society (MiECTiS). INTERACTIVE CARDIOVASCULAR AND THORACIC SURGERY. 2016;22(5):647–62.
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Anastasiadis, Kyriakos et al. “Use of Minimal Invasive Extracorporeal Circulation in Cardiac Surgery: Principles, Definitions and Potential Benefits: a Position Paper from the Minimal Invasive Extra-Corporeal Technologies International Society (MiECTiS).” INTERACTIVE CARDIOVASCULAR AND THORACIC SURGERY 22.5 (2016): 647–662. Print.
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  abstract     = {Minimal invasive extracorporeal circulation (MiECC) systems have initiated important efforts within science and technology to further improve the biocompatibility of cardiopulmonary bypass components to minimize the adverse effects and improve end-organ protection. The Minimal invasive Extra-Corporeal Technologies international Society was founded to create an international forum for the exchange of ideas on clinical application and research of minimal invasive extracorporeal circulation technology. The present work is a consensus document developed to standardize the terminology and the definition of minimal invasive extracorporeal circulation technology as well as to provide recommendations for the clinical practice. The goal of this manuscript is to promote the use of MiECC systems into clinical practice as a multidisciplinary strategy involving cardiac surgeons, anaesthesiologists and perfusionists.},
  author       = {Anastasiadis, Kyriakos and Murkin, John and Antonitsis, Polychronis and Bauer, Adrian and Ranucci, Marco and Gygax, Erich and Schaarschmidt, Jan and Fromes, Yves and Philipp, Alois and Eberle, Balthasar and Punjabi, Prakash and Argiriadou, Helena and Kadner, Alexander and Jenni, Hansjoerg and Albrecht, Guenter and van Boven, Wim and Liebold, Andreas and De Somer, Filip and Hausmann, Harald and Deliopoulos, Apostolos and El-Essawi, Aschraf and Mazzei, Valerio and Biancari, Fausto and Fernandez, Adam and Weerwind, Patrick and Puehler, Thomas and Serrick, Cyril and Waanders, Frans and Gunaydin, Serdar and Ohri, Sunil and Gummert, Jan and Angelini, Gianni and Falk, Volkmar and Carrel, Thierry},
  issn         = {1569-9293},
  journal      = {INTERACTIVE CARDIOVASCULAR AND THORACIC SURGERY},
  keywords     = {Minimally invasive extracorporeal circulation,Extracorporeal circulation,Cardiopulmonary bypass,Modular systems,Systemic inflammation reaction syndrome,Complications,ARTERY-BYPASS SURGERY,MINIATURIZED CARDIOPULMONARY BYPASS,ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY,MINIMIZED PERFUSION CIRCUITS,CORONARY REVASCULARIZATION,GRAFT-SURGERY,INFLAMMATORY RESPONSE,CARDIOVASCULAR ANESTHESIOLOGISTS,BLOOD CONSERVATION,HEPARIN},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {5},
  pages        = {647--662},
  title        = {Use of minimal invasive extracorporeal circulation in cardiac surgery: principles, definitions and potential benefits: a position paper from the Minimal invasive Extra-Corporeal Technologies international Society (MiECTiS)},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/icvts/ivv380},
  volume       = {22},
  year         = {2016},
}

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