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Koronararterien-Bypass (CABG) - Medical Animation
 
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Koronararterien-Bypass (CABG) - Medical Animation
Diese medizinische 3D-Animatiion zeigt einen Koronararterien-Bypass („CABG“), der zur Behandlung von Erkrankungen der Koronararterien eingesetzt wird. Nach einem mittigen Einschnitt in das Brustbein wird das Herz an eine Herz-Lungen-Maschine angeschlossen, die während der Operation die Funktionen des Herzens übernimmt. Bei einer Bypass-Operation werden zwei verschiedene Arten von Blutgefäßen transplantiert: Brustwandarterien oder Beinvenen. Nach dem Eingriff wird der Herzschlag mit elektrischen Signalen wiederhergestellt. Ein Drainageschlauch bleibt zur Ableitung von übermäßiger Flüssigkeit an der Einschnittstelle liegen. Die Animation geht ebenfalls auf die beiden anderen Ansätze des Koronararterien-Bypasses ein und beschreibt Eingriffe ohne Herzstillstand und minimal invasive Bypass-Operationen.

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