In this article, the authors demonstrate a novel technique of antegrade cardioplegia decannulation using the Cor-Knot system with phenomenal video and description on their case series. This technique has great utility in cases where closing the cardioplegia cannulation site can be challenging in minimally invasive video-assisted cardiac surgery.
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Port Access Cardiac Surgery
Antegrade Cardioplegia Decannulation Made Simple With the Cor-Knot System: Technique and Tips After 20 Consecutive and Controlled Patients
September 12, 2020
August 20, 2020
In this article, Dr. Bethencourt outlines eight key strategies for successful robotic heart startups and how to initiate a new robotic program at one's institution.
June 4, 2019
This video demonstrates a novel totally endoscopic redo isolated tricuspid repair approach that requires minimal dissection.
May 13, 2015
Check out this great website that shows how to do a subxiphoid CABG and also a Subxiphoid ASD. Really interesting. What do you think ? Since 1995, surgeons and industry have been working hard to develop less invasive methods to