How to do coronary artery bypass grafting

Technique des pontages aorto-coronaires

Sidney CHOCRON MD, PhD Sidney CHOCRON MD, PhD
Dimitrios BUKLAS MD,

Department of Thoracic
& Cardiovascular Surgery
CHU de Besançon
Hôpital Jean Minjoz
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preparation02 - Mammary artery harvesting technique

Getting sufficient mammary length is essential to complete coronary revascularisation by means of two internal mammary arteries only. Here we show how to harvest skeletonized mammary arteries, which allows us to use their maximal length.
last update october 30th 2013
introduction
01 - Introduction to the course on coronary anastomoses
preparation
02 - Mammary artery harvesting technique
03 - How to do a "Y" anastomosis
04 - How to expose the coronary arteries
END-TO-SIDE ANASTOMOSIS
05 - Classical end-to-side anastomosis
06 - Diamond shaped end-to-side anastomosis
side-to-side anastomosis
07 - Classical side-to-side anastomosis
08 - Variant of classical side-to-side anastomosis
09 - Diamond shaped side-to-side anastomosis
10 - Inverted diamond shaped side-to-side anastomosis
11 - Variant of inverted diamond shaped side-to-side anastomosis
CombinaisonS OF CORONARY ANASTOMOSES
12 - Combinations of coronary anastomoses (part 1): grafting two diagonal arteries
13 - Combinations of coronary anastomoses (part 2): grafting marginal and left ventricular branches
14 - Combinations of coronary anastomoses (part 3): 6 bypass grafts
CONCLUSION
15 - Conclusion: Control coronary angiograms
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