Modern Cardiac Surgery is based on, but does not consist completely of, papers submitted at the annual course of cardiac surgery run by the combined Institutes and Post-Graduate Hospitals involved in cardiac surgery in London (1977). The subjects which have been chosen and included fulfil one of two criteria; either they are subjects which were not included in the previous book, The Current Status of Cardiac Surgery, or they cover subjects which needed to be updated. Because this is a teaching course and not a symposium, the emphasis has been on being informative rather than on presenting masses of results. The book has been prepared partly from manuscripts submitted by the authors and partly from annotated tapes of the proceedings of the meeting. Through out the editing and production of this book careful consideration has been given to the requirements of the readership. The book is aimed at all students of cardiac surgery and cardiology at all levels, and as much information as possible has been packed into it. Neverthe less, the editor wishes to thank the authors for the efforts they have made to be concise and clear in their presentation and for their tremendous co-opera tion in alterations which have been incorporated to make it a more readable treatise. This means that this is a book which is of value to nurses interested in cardiology in intensive care, to physiotherapists and students wishing to look up particular topics before their final examinations.
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Table of ContentsSection I Invited Lectures.- The National Heart Hospital Surgical Lecture ‘Transplantation of the heart’.- The Hammersmith Cardiac Surgery. Lecture ‘Tissue valve grafting’. Aortic valve replacement with autologous fascia lata.- Section II The Mitral Valve.- 1. Echocardiography.- 2. Mitral valve disease: the case for cardiac catheterization.- 3. Closed mitral valvotomy.- 4. Open mitral valvotomy.- 5. Reconstruction of the mitral valve.- 6. Fluid dynamics of prosthetic heart valves.- 7. Aortic homograft valves for mitral valve replacement.- 8. Echocardiographic studies after mitral valve replacement.- 9. Haemolysis associated with prosthetic valvescardiac haemolytic anaemia, red cell fragmentation syndrome.- 10. Thromboembolism and valve failure: a multi-centre valve study.- 11. Mitral valve replacement.- 12. Antimicrobial treatment of allograft valves.- Section III Endocardial Cushion.- 13. Anatomy of the common atrioventricular canal.- 14. Conducting tissue in complete atrioventricular canal malformations.- 15. Atrioventricular canal: surgical anatomy and repair.- 16. Correction of complete atrioventricular canal in infancy.- 17. The results of repair of complete atrioventricular canal (a British multi-centre study).- 18. Anatomy and conducting tissue in partial atrioventricular canal defects.- 19. Surgery for ostium primum atrial septal defect.- 20. Endocardial cushion: partial A-V canallong-term results.- Section IV Surgery of the 4th And 6th Aortic Canal.- 21. Results of patent ductus arteriosus ligation in infants and children.- 22. Vascular rings.- 23. Surgical relief of coarctation of the aorta in infancy using the left sub-clavian arterial flap technique.- 24. Patent ductus arteriosus: indications, operative techniques and postoperative care in infants.- 25. Recoarctation of the aorta.- 26. Coarctation of the aorta in the adult.- Section V Pulmonary Atresia.- 27. The development of the pulmonary circulation in pulmonary atresia.- 28. Surgical management of pulmonary atresia with confluent pulmonary arteries.- 29. Pulmonary atresia with non-confluent pulmonary arteries.- Section VI Palliative Surgery for Cyanotic Heart Disease in Infancy.- 30. The development of palliative operations for the tetralogy of Fallot.- 31. Tetralogy of Fallot: haemodynamic and angiocardiographic considerations.- 32. Late results of aortopulmonary shunts.- 33. Palliative surgery for cyanotic heart disease in infancy.- 34. Open infundibulectomy in Fallot’s tetralogy and hypoplastic pulmonary arteries.- 35. Anatomical correction of complete transposition of the great arteries in infancy.- Section VII Left Ventricular Function and Protection.- 36. Non-invasive study of left ventricular function.- 37. Factors affecting left ventricular performance.- 38. Elective cardiac arrest: historical perspective.- 39. The role of electrolyte and temperature changes in myocardial protection.- 40. Cold cardioplegia versus continuous coronary perfusion: clinical and cytochemical assessment.- 41. Low sodium-induced arrest in patients.- 42. Myocardial preservation during extended periods of ischaemia. Experimental results with a new cardioplegic solution (‘Sbokos 3’ solution).- 43. Intraoperative protection of the heart: topical myocardial hypo thermia.- Section VIII Transposition of the Great Arteries.- 44. The Mustard operation.- 45. A current technique for the Mustard operation.- 46. Long-term results of the Mustard operation.- 47. Reoperation for complications of the Mustard operation: technical considerations.- 48. Management of transposition of the great arteries with left ventricular outflow tract obstruction.- 49. Rastelli operation.- 50. Atrial inversion for transposition of the great arteries using an intra-atrial dacron baffle: surgical technique and results.- 51. Transposition of the great arteries.- 52. Diagnosis of double outlet right ventricle (DORY) by M-mode echocardiography.- 53. Arrhythmias after the Mustard operation: a study of 24-h tape monitoring.- Section IX Complicated Atrioseptal Defects.- 54. Complicated atrioseptal defects.