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Year 2010 Vol. 18 No 4

LECTURES, REVIEWS

A.A. LYZIKOV

APPLICATION OF THE ARTIFICIAL PROSTHESES IN THE VASCULAR RECONSTRUCTIONS

The article is devoted to the review of modern vascular prostheses. The history of development, advantages and disadvantages of the conduits in use are described. Biological reactions of vascular conduits at different stages of searching are depicted. Complications of vascular prostheses use at different terms are described in details. Spread of vascular prostheses infection is analyzed with the description of possible infectious agent and contamination pathways. Requirements to ideal prosthesis are determined. Merits and demerits of various types of allogenous, xenogenous and autogenous conduits are analyzed. Criteria of choice of the prostheses and preparation to implantation and possible problems and complications are determined. Ways and methods of improvement of functional characteristics of existing artificial vascular prostheses are described

Keywords: artificial vascular prosthesis, PTFE, vascular graft infection, choice of vascular graft, complications of vascular graft use
p. 135-145 of the original issue
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