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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side-to-side anastomosis11 - Variant of inverted diamond shaped side-to-side anastomosis

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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