中国胸心血管外科临床杂志

中国胸心血管外科临床杂志

不同温度停循环在主动脉弓部手术中的应用

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从低温停循环技术的发展、在主动脉弓部手术应用及基础研究等方面对其进行详细地阐述,着重比较各个温度停循环技术在主动脉弓部手术的应用及其优缺点,为后续低温停循环最佳温度的探讨提供一定的指引。

Detailed analysis of different hypothermic circulatory arrest techniques, from its evolution, application on aortic arch surgery and research, focusing on the application and advantages and disadvantage, which provides some guild for the future discussion on the optimal temperature of hypothermic circulatory arrest.

关键词: 低温停循环; 主动脉弓; 外科

Key words: Hypothermic circulatory arrest; Aortic arch; Surgery

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