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To study about the relation between oxygen delivery and hemodynamics during cardiopulmonary bypass

Abstract

The study put forth the relation between oxygen delivery and hemodynamics during cardiopulmonary bypass. The study was performed on 26 patients of either sex have age > 10 years and who underwent elective open-heart surgery from June 2017 – May 2018 in Sri Ramachandra Medical College & Research Institute. The patients with valvular heart diseases associated with other cardiac lesions like Intra cardiac shunts (ASD, VSD etc.) and Coronary artery disease (CABG) are excluded in the study. It examined the relationships among VO2, hemodynamics & DO2 during clinical perfusion, namely throughout moderately hypothermic CPB using a non-pulsatile roller pump while managing the alpha-stat acid-base with adults. The results revealed a linear relationship between VO2 and DO2, demonstrating that higher levels of delivery can perfuse and collect additional vascular beds throughout the CPB. Under bodily tissue perfusion, higher deliveries are advised to be avoided. The oxygen demand decreases by 7% for every 1OC decline in patient temperature.

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Dr Ashwanth P Reddy, R. Sunitha, Dr. Periyasamy Thangavel, Dr. J. Ramkumar, S. George Miller. To study about the relation between oxygen delivery and hemodynamics during cardiopulmonary bypass. Cardiometry; Issue 27; May 2023; p.200-210; DOI: 10.18137/cardiometry.2023.27.200210; Available from: https://www.cardiometry.net/issues/no27-may-2023/study-about-relation-between-oxygen

Keywords

Heart Disease,   Oxygen,   Patients,   Surgery
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