New technique for improving hemostasis in aortic root replacement with composite graft
Hemostatic modification in aortic root replacement with composite graft
The composite graft
is monitored with an implantable Doppler and pulse oximeters on a finger from each hand for comparison.
Safety and usefulness of composite grafts
for total arterial myocardial revascularization: A prospective randomized evaluation.
Moreover, in pediatric patients, in the long term follow-up studies, composite grafts
showed superior durability to the autografts and homografts for aortic position.
Osteoblast-like cells were shown to adhere, attain a normal morphology, proliferate and remain viable when cultured on the new composite graft
The researchers found radiographic evidence of composite graft
and host bone integration at an average of 2 months after surgery.
Various grafts have been used like split thickness skin graft, vein graft, temporalis fascial graft, perichondrial graft, and perichondrium cartilage composite graft
Reconstruction of the nasal tip including the columella and soft triangle using a mastoid composite graft
Skeletonized gastroepiploic artery as a composite graft
for total arterial revascularization.
The replacement of the aortic wall and the dissected ascending aorta with a composite graft
carrying mechanical valve prosthesis represents an established surgical treatment with excellent results.