By Prof. Dr. Michael Staudacher (auth.)
During the prior 3 many years, Vascular surgical procedure has emerged as a distinctiveness inside normal surgical procedure. Fellowships are actually to be had to equip surgeons with really good abilities for coping with numerous vascular difficulties. Nev ertheless, the vascular surgical emergency, one of many maximum demanding situations in surgical administration, might happen all of sudden and at a time and position distant from the hugely certified vascular general practitioner or a really good middle the place complicated vascular remedy is regimen. The preliminary review and therapy has to be undertaken via a basic healthcare professional who determines the level, sever ity, and urgency of the matter handy, and with a bit of luck will set up appro priate move to a really expert heart if the patient's situation allows. pressing difficulties, nonetheless, call for fast surgical interven tion through the overall health care professional if any wish for salvage is to take place. it truly is during this set ting that this quantity provided via Professor Staudacher can be of assistance to the final healthcare professional whose event during this kind of emergency might be restricted. This concise, good illustrated quantity may still function a consultant to control the peripheral vascular emergency regarding both the arte rial or venous system.
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In this manner, the bottom wall which is still open comes to the top. @ Sometimes the vascular c1amps may have to be moved slightly. Next, sewing is continued with one end of the holding thread. "Flushing" should not be forgotten before final fastening. 42 4 ® @ © @ 43 5 Method of Preparation of the Central Great Saphenous Vein of the Right Leg ® A comma-shaped skin incision is made in the groin just medially from the pulse ofthe femoral artery. The point of opening ofthe great saphenous vein is easily prepared.
32 Basic Vascular Surgical Techniques 1 Plastic Closure of a Longitudinal Arteriotomy with a Venous Patch Longitudinal opening and transverse stitching (as for instance, the intestine) is not possible in the case ofvessels. Therefore, when c10sing an arteriotomy, it is best to use a graft from a strip of vein (venous patch), which should be taken from the periphery ofthe trunk ofthe great saphenous vein. This patch plastic operation should prevent stenosing the artery by the suture. The central great saphenous vein should be left intact because of the possibility of a later need for a vascular operation.
The threads are then tightened. @ After tightening the threads, the peripheral c1amp (right hand side in picture) is opened and only then is the thread finally fastened. N ext, the central c1amp is also removed. Should there still be marked bleeding from a gap, the central c1amp is replaced and the bleeding taken care of with a single stitch. Fastening of a patch sewn with monofilament thread to an empty vessel (atraumatically c1amped) can lead to narrowing ofthe patch. Five to six knots are made.