The gastroepiploic arteries as alternative coronary artery bypass conduits.
- Published Article
Critical care nurse
- Publication Date
Feb 01, 1994
The indications for GEA grafting may expand due to increased coronary bypass demand and superior patency. The utilization of the right GEA as an alternative conduit may become a future trend for complex CABG patient populations. Nurses must document more cases and conduct more research to guide future nursing actions.
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