Patient after CABG 8 months ago. In the long-term period, diastasis of the sternum developed, requiring its resynthesis. Subsequently, purulent fistulas formed with long-term osteomyelitis. Was admitted to our clinic for treatment. The first operation is the removal of wire sutures, costal cartilage, sternum sequesters and opening of four sub-sternal abscesses. All over again. Three […]
A 67-year-old female patient came to the clinic for squamous cell lung cancer growing into the thoracic aorta. Before contacting her, she underwent a course of chemotherapy, which did not bring any visible results. In this regard, it was decided to jointly perform surgical intervention with oncologists.
Patient M. 73 y. old was admitted to the clinic with decompensated heart failure (EF 19%, EDV 240 ml, ascites, edema on the legs, NTproBNP 28000) One week after therapy in the cardiology department of Feofaniya (6 liters of ascitic fluid were removed, with a daily negative water balance in total minus 4 liters). NTproBNP […]
A 73-year-old patient with abdominal pain was brought from Kharkov with a diagnosis of aneurysm of the abdominal aorta with hematoma of the retroperitoneal space. In the postoperative period, the patient developed abdominal compartment syndrome with renal failure, which required 4 hemodialysis sessions.
Radialis artery harvesting for bypass grafting can be minimally invasive without additional equipment. Here’s how to do it: There are no incisions in the lower limb from the ankle to the knee joint and above. No forearm incision. Using an arterial graft, the lifespan of which is several times longer than that of a venous […]
“Doctor, tell me, can I wear weights? It’s already been 6 months since you did me the coronary artery bypass grafting,” my former patient asked me at the control examination. “What exactly do you need to wear?” I asked. “I need to carry bags for work matters,” he answered me. Only arterial conduits prolong the […]
A strong man of about 65 y. o. entered the ultrasound room: “Good afternoon. I came to you for a planned EchoCG.” “Are you worried about something? Why you say it’s “planned” echocardiography? Did you have heart problems?” the doctor asked, looking at the well-built man. “Nothing bothers me actually,” the patient replied. “I was […]
03.06.2020 The patient (1957 y.) was admitted to one of the private clinics with shortness of breath and reduced oxygen saturation up to 85%. In the Covid-19 era, after CT of the lungs, the patient was diagnosed with: “Diagnosis: Non-hospital bilateral polysegmental pneumonia, III class group. Respiratory failure of the 2nd degree. Bilateral minimal hydrothorax. […]
Patient S., 60 years old, turned to the Center for Head and Neck Pathology of the Feofania Clinical Hospital with complaints of a massive neoplasm in the left neck region. In order to comply with the rule of radicality and removal of the tumor in one block, it was decided to remove the tumor together […]