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dc.contributorGadhinglajkar, Shrinivas Vitthal-
dc.contributorSankarkumar, R-
dc.contributorRupa, Sreedhar-
dc.identifier.citationAsian cardiovascular & thoracic annals. 12; 1; 81-2en_US
dc.description.abstractAir embolism occurred after termination of cardiopulmonary bypass in a 22-year-old man undergoing aortic valve replacement for rheumatic aortic insufficiency. Normothermic retrograde cerebral perfusion was instituted for 5 min at a flow rate of 300-500 mL.min(-1), maintaining internal jugular vein pressure < 25 mmHg. The aortic cannula was declamped intermittently for 5-10 seconds. Mean arterial pressure was kept at 60-70 mmHg. The patient recovered without any neurological deficit.-
dc.publisherAsian cardiovascular & thoracic annals-
dc.subjectCritical Care-
dc.titleRetrograde cerebral perfusion for treatment of air embolism after valve surgery.-
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