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Repair of Postinfarction VSD: How I Teach It

Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Tolis, George (2017): Repair of Postinfarction VSD: How I Teach It. 
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Retrieved: 17:32, Nov 07, 2017 (GMT)

The purpose of this video is to provide cardiac surgeons in training institutions with some helpful hints on teaching their residents how to repair a postinfarction ventricular septal defect. Even though the patients presenting with this pathology are usually sick, the operation can be taught safely to the surgeon in training provided that there are no concomitant procedures.


Great video! Highly instructive, easy to follow, and provides the resident with a wonderful tool in order to prepare for a case that is not frequently encountered.
Enjoyed video learned a lot but repairing thru The RV is easier and has been done by Dr Tohru Asai. and is an excellent technique that is easily reproducible for an acute vsd where tissues are very poor

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