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  • McSweeney Mary E.; Kreul John F. (Sage Publications, 1998-07-01)
    Normoglycemia is the treatment goal for patients with diabetes mellitus. Currently, pancreas transplantation can offer this ideal, but at the cost of lifelong immuno suppression and the accompanying side effects of ...
  • Dickstein Marc L. (Sage Publications, 1998-07-01)
    Although several new surgical therapies hold promise for changing the surgical approach to heart failure, the most effective therapy currently for patients with end- stage congestive heart failure is heart transplantation. The ...
  • Gabrielson George V. (Sage Publications, 1998-07-01)
    Advances in surgical and anesthetic techniques have provided great success in liver transplantation, with more than 4,000 liver transplantations performed annu ally in the United States. Indications for transplanta tions ...
  • Chapin James W.; Bruda Nancy; Snider Sandra (Sage Publications, 1998-07-01)
    Renal transplantation is the preferred mode of replace ment therapy for most patients with end-stage renal disease (ESRD) and accounts for nearly 60% of all organ transplants in the United States. While as many as 35,000 ...
  • Pfaffendorf Martin (Sage Publications, 1998-09-01)
    The renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system (RAAS) is one of the main targets in the pharmacotherapy of cardiovascular diseases. Inhibitors of the angiotensin- converting enzyme (ACE) have been in clinical use for years and ...
  • Shore-Lesserson Linda; Konstadt Steven N. (Sage Publications, 1997-03-01)
  • Moskowitz David; Reich David L. (Sage Publications, 1997-03-01)
  • Westaby Stephen (Sage Publications, 1997-11-01)
    Aprotinin, the broad-based bovine serine protease inhibitor, was first used as an antidote against the harmful proteases released through complement-induced neutrophil activation in the early 1980s. Since then, the safety ...
  • Myles Paul S. (Sage Publications, 1998-07-01)
    Anesthesia for lung transplantation is both a demand ing and rewarding experience. Success requires team- work, experience, knowledge of cardiorespiratory patho physiology and its anesthetic implications, appropriate use ...
  • Heerdt Paul M.; Dickstein Marc L. (Sage Publications, 1997-09-01)
    In contrast to studies suggesting that the right ventricle (RV) often functions primarily as a conduit for blood flow from the venous circulation to the lungs, recent data show that the chamber plays a major role in maintenance ...
  • Schotborgh Carl E.; Wilde Arthur A.M. (Sage Publications, 1998-09-01)
    Adenosine triphosphate (ATP)-sensitive potassium chan nels (K.ATP channels), a subclass of potassium channels activated by a low intracellular ATP concentration, have been described in various tissue types, including ...
  • Grocott Hilary P.; Grichnik Katherine P.; Reves J.G. (Sage Publications, 1997-07-01)
  • Wahr Joyce A.; Tremper Kevin K. (Sage Publications, 1998-11-01)
    A safe, inexpensive, noninfectious substitute for red blood cells has long been sought. Despite tremendous advances in blood banking, the logistics of collecting, transporting, and storing human red blood cells contin ues ...
  • Nordlander Margareta; Pfaffendorf Martin; van Wezel Harry B. (Sage Publications, 1998-09-01)
    Calcium entry blockers constitute three major classes of pharmacologic agents: phenylalkylamines (eg, verapa mil), benzothiazepines (eg, diltiazem), and dihydropyri dines (eg, nifedipine). The effectiveness of all types ...
  • Wouters Patrick F.; Van de Velde Marc; Van Hemelrijck Jan (Sage Publications, 1997-07-01)
  • Bidstrup Ben P. (Sage Publications, 1997-11-01)
    The long-term success of myocardial revascularization depends on continued patency of the bypass conduit or the artery treated by angioplasty. Patency after coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) surgery is determined by ...
  • Weisinger Andrew S.; Levy Jerrold H. (Sage Publications, 1998-11-01)
    Recently, new attempts have been made to fight old problems of coagulation and hemostasis as they relate to cardiac surgery. These discoveries are timely because the practice of both internists and surgeons has begun to ...
  • Egli Gabi A.; Spahn Donat R. (Sage Publications, 1997-11-01)
    The reduction in oxygen-carrying capacity during hemodilution is well tolerated by most patients. However, hemodilution not only decreases O2 transport capacity, but also may influence blood coagulation. Advanced hemodilution ...
  • Spiess Bruce D. (Sage Publications, 1997-11-01)
    Anesthesiologists and surgeons have focused on the problems of hypocoagulability and resulting hemorrhage after cardiopulmonary bypass. Recent work in endothelial cell biology has demonstrated that the interaction of ...
  • Siegel Lawrence C. (Sage Publications, 1998-11-01)
    Port-Access (Heartport, Inc, Redwood City, CA) mini mally invasive cardiac surgery systems with the EndoCPB (Heartport, Inc) endovascular cardiopulmo nary bypass (CPB) system allow a variety of cardiac procedures to be ...