Research Article
Volume 7 Issue 1 - 2020
A Change of a Paradigm Under the Scope of a Cardiovascular Surgeon. Remodeling of the Great Saphenous Vein Instead of Ablation for Preservation of the Patient Anatomical Capital
Ferracani E*
Sanatorio Otamendi and Instituto Privado de Ultrasonido y LASER, Borges, CABA, Argentina
*Corresponding Author: Ferracani E, Sanatorio Otamendi and Instituto Privado de Ultrasonido y LASER, Borges, CABA, Argentina.
Received: November 11, 2019; Published: December 30, 2019




Abstract

The presented work is an ongoing study by using a combined approach of sparing surgical techniques plus LASER 1470 nm for sparing the Great saphenous vein (GSV) at early hemodynamics stages.

Peak reflux Volume lower than 30cc by second, Total Reflux Volume (TRV) between 10 and 100 cc/s using low LASER LEED and no tumescence anesthesia for preservation of patient anatomical capital and the actual recovery value of this conduit for a future arterial bypass.

Keywords: Preservation Human Anatomic Capital; Great Saphenous Sparing Methods and Remodeling; Low LEED LASER Use

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