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Thebesius AC. In: Dorland’s illustrated medical dictionary. 26th ed. Philadelphia: WB Saunders 1985. 23. Tschabitscher M. The so-called silent zone of the coronary sinus. In: Mohl W, Faxon D, Wolner E, eds. Progress in Coronary Interventions. Darmstadt: Steinkopff 1986:11-14. 24. Vieussens R. In Dorland’s illustrated medical dictionary. 26th ed, Philadelphia: WB Saunders 1985. CHAPTER 3 The Anatomical Basis of Coronary Sinus Reperfusion Michael von Lüdinghausen, Masahiro Miura Introduction T he venous drainage system of the myocardium is divided in two parts (Fig.

Boekstegers P, Peter W, von Degenfeld G et al: Preservation of regional myocardial function and myocardial oxygen tension during acute ischemia in pigs: Comparison of selective synchronized suction and retroinfusion of coronary veins to synchronized coronary venous retroperfusion. JACC 1994; 23:459-469. 4. Buckberg GD. Antegrade/retrograde blood cardioplegia to ensure cardioplegic distribution: Operative techniques and objectives. J Cardiac Surg 1989; 4:216-238. 1. Infarct size after (P)ICSO treatment in LAD occlusion and reperfusion experiments Mohl et al.

Secondly, PICSO enhances wash-out of toxic metabolites and thereby reduces the subsequent inflammatory response. 29 Patients submitted to normothermic cardiopulmonary bypass and continuous warm blood cardioplegia showed significantly higher levels of interleukin-1 receptor antagonist, soluble intercellular adhesion molecule 1, and elastase values than those submitted to hypothermic cardiopulmonary bypass (28~30˚C) and cold crystalloid cardioplegia. 30 They found that oxidative stress was significant in patients submitted to cold blood cardioplegia while continuous warm blood cardioplegia minimized the effects of ischemia.

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