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 Vol 57: Outcome of inflammatory response after normothermia during cardiopulmonary bypass surgery in infants with isolated ventricular septal defect.


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This article is from Korean Journal of Pediatrics, volume 57.AbstractPurpose: A recent study analyzing several cytokines reported that long cardiopulmonary bypass CPB time and long aortic cross clamp ACC time were accompanied by enhanced postoperative inflammation, which contrasted with the modest influence of the degree of hypothermia. In this present study, we aimed to examine the effect of CPB temperature on the clinical outcome in infants undergoing repair of isolated ventricular septal defect VSD. Methods: Of the 212 infants with isolated VSD who underwent open heart surgery OHS between January 2001 and December 2010, 43 infants were enrolled. They were classified into 2 groups: group 1, infants undergoing hypothermic CPB 26℃-28℃; n=19 and group 2, infants undergoing near-normothermic CPB 34℃-36℃; n=24. Results: The age at the time of the OHS, and number of infants aged



Author: Kim, Dong Sub; Lee, Sang In; Lee, Sang Bum; Hyun, Myung Chul; Cho, Joon Yong; Lee, Young Ok

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