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Intervention de pontage aorto-coronarien par greffe - Medical Animation
 
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Intervention de pontage aorto-coronarien par greffe - Medical Animation
Cette animation médicale en 3D présente la procédure d\'une intervention de pontage aorto-coronarien par greffe (CABG) utilisée pour combattre les insuffisances coronaires. On commence par une incision sternale médiane, le cœur est relié à un dispositif de perfusion qui prendra en charge son fonctionnement pendant l\'opération chirurgicale. Deux greffes différentes sont utilisées pour dériver les artères coronaires bloquées : l\'artère thoracique interne à partir de l\'intérieur de la paroi de la cage thoracique, et la veine saphène à partir de la jambe. Après la procédure, le cœur est remis en fonction par électrochoc. Un drain est placé sur le site de l\'incision pour drainer le liquide excessif. L\'animation continue en illustrant deux autres types d\'approches en termes d\'intervention de pontage aorto-coronarien par greffe, pontage coronarien à cœur battant et pontage coronarien peu invasif.

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