Acute Peripheral Vascular Surgery.

Intro -- Vascular Surgery -- Copyright -- Foreword -- Preface -- Contents -- The Vascular Surgical Emergency -- 1 Occlusion -- 2 Aneurysm -- 3 Trauma -- 4 Compression or Alteration of Vessels Caused by Tumor Formation -- Minimum Emergency Instrumentarium -- 1 Gelpi's Retractor -- 2 Metzenbaum&#...

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Main Author: Staudacher, Michael (Author)
Other Involved Persons: Rieder, Wolfgang (Contributor)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Vienna : Springer Vienna 1985
Edition:1st ed.
ISBN:9783709188026
3709188024
9783709188040
3709188040
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Physical Description:1 online resource (170 pages)
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  • Intro -- Vascular Surgery -- Copyright -- Foreword -- Preface -- Contents -- The Vascular Surgical Emergency -- 1 Occlusion -- 2 Aneurysm -- 3 Trauma -- 4 Compression or Alteration of Vessels Caused by Tumor Formation -- Minimum Emergency Instrumentarium -- 1 Gelpi's Retractor -- 2 Metzenbaum's Scissors (Modified) -- 3 Potts' Vascular Scissors -- 4 Atraumatic Forceps 5 Walton's Atraumatic Needle Holder -- 6 Walton's Atraumatic Needle Holder (Detail) -- 7 Halstead's Clamp -- 8 Freer-Kieny's Dissection Spatula -- 9 Scalpel (No. 11 Blade) -- Fogarty's Embolectomy Catheter -- 11 DeBakey's Atraumatic Vascular Clamp -- 12 Mock Needle to Prepare Bypass Vein (Our own Design) -- Preparation for Surgery -- Basic Vascular Surgical Techniques -- Plastic Closure of a Longitudinal Arteriotomy with a Venous Patch -- Technique of Venous Patch Plastic Surgery -- Basic Measures Before Finishing a Venous Patch Operation (or any Form of Vascular Anastomosis): "Flushing -- End-to-End Anastomosis of an Artery (Simplest Method) -- Method of Preparation of the Central Great Saphenous Vein of the Right Leg -- Preparation of a Removed Vein for an Oblique End-to-Side Anastomosis -- Oblique End-to-Side Anastomosis Between a Vein and an Artery -- Oblique End-to-Side Anastomosis Between a Teflon Plastic Prosthesis and an Artery -- Preparation of a Plastic Dacron Prosthesis for a Patch -- Various Forms of Anastomoses Between Plastic (Dacron) Prostheses and Arteries -- Typical Emergency Situations -- Embolic Occlusion of the Right Common Femoral Artery at the Point of Bifurcation -- Simple Puncture Wound of the Right Femoral Artery -- Severe Penetrating Injury of the Common Femoral Artery -- Tearing of the Large Saphenous Vein from the Femoral Vein -- Severe Penetrating Injury of the Common Femoral Vein -- False Aneurysm of the Common Femoral Artery.