Telefon ve e-posta Desteği
Sıkça Sorulan Sorular
Yazarlar İçin Teknik Bilgiler
İletişim Bilgileri
Ana Sayfaya Dönüş
 

Kongre Takvimi
Buradaki bilgiler JournalAgent™ online dergicilik sisteminden alınmaktadır.

The Anatolian Journal of Cardiology

[Anatol J Cardiol]
Anatol J Cardiol. 2008; 8(Suppl. 2): 84-92

Surgery as early revascularization after acute myocardial infarction

Şenol Yavuz
Clinic of Cardiovascular Surgery, Bursa Yüksek ‹htisas Training and Research Hospital, Bursa, Turkey

Acute myocardial infarction (AMI) is the leading cause of morbidity and mortality in most industrialized nations throughout the world. Options for myocardial revascularization include thrombolysis or percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) in the early period after AMI, or coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG) for suitable patients. It has commonly been suggested that surgery in the early period after AMI can be associated with increased morbidity and mortality. However, advances in technology, surgical methods and myocardial protection techniques currently provide a chance for cardiovascular surgeon to achieve CABG in the setting of AMI. In patients with AMI, interest in early surgical revascularization has decreased with widespread use of thrombolytics or PCI. However, early surgical revascularization is beneficial in patients who have mechanical complications, ongoing ischemia, and cardiogenic shock complicating AMI. Failure of thrombolytic agents, unsuccessful PCI or left main coronary artery disease also requires surgery. Theoretically, early surgical revascularization may be useful by minimizing infarct size improving left ventricular function, and increasing patient survival. The optimal timing of surgery after AMI remains undecided as a controversial subject. It ranges from immediate surgical intervention to surgery 30 days after myocardial infarction. Therefore, such a wide variation in the therapeutic strategy of the surgical groups has made way a selection bias in these patients. This review presented highlights optimal timing of surgical revascularization after AMI, surgical methods and controlled reperfusion, risk factors for poor outcomes after surgery for AMI, and the role of surgery in patients with AMI complicated by cardiogenic shock.

Keywords: acute myocardial infarction, cardiogenic shock, coronary artery bypass grafting, surgical timing, risk factors


Şenol Yavuz. Surgery as early revascularization after acute myocardial infarction. Anatol J Cardiol. 2008; 8(Suppl. 2): 84-92

Sorumlu Yazar: Şenol Yavuz, Türkiye


ARAÇLAR
Tam Metin PDF
Yazdır
Alıntıyı İndir
RIS
EndNote
BibTex
Medlars
Procite
Reference Manager
E-Postala
Paylaş
Yazara e-posta gönder

Benzer makaleler
PubMed
Google Scholar




 

 
 

Online Kongre Hizmetleri
Kongre Web Sitesi
Bildiri Özeti Toplama ve Değerlendirme
Online Kayıt ve Konaklama
Elektronik Poster (e-poster)
Video Podcast, WebCast
Bilimsel Program Düzenleyici
Bildiri Özeti ve Tam Metin CD'leri
 

Online Kurumsal Hizmetler
Dernekler İçin Web Siteleri
Hakemli Dergiler İçin Online Makale Toplama
   ve Değerlendirme

Uluslararası Dizin Danışmanlığı
PubMed®, LinkOut® Hizmetleri
Online Çalışma Grupları
 

Referans
Çalıştığımız Online Hakemli Dergiler
Destek Verdiğimiz Kongreler
Yazarlar İçin Teknik Bilgiler

İletişim
Bize Ulaşın
LookUs

 
 
1999 - 2019 © LookUs Scientific

Bu sitede sözü edilen uygulamalara ait teknoloji, uygulama metodu, ekran görünüşleri; ticari marka, ticari görünüm, kanun dışı rekabet ve başka kanunlarca; yerel ve uluslararası copyright düzenlemeleri ile korunmuştur. Site üzerindeki herhangi bir metin ve imaj LookUs Bilişim Hizmetleri Ltd.'nin açık ve net izni olmadan kopyalanamaz veya dağıtılamaz.
Metinler ve şekiller içinde geçen gerçek şirket ve ürün adları, ilgili firmaların ticari markaları olabilir.