Authors present the case report of a young man with advanced coronary artery disease of the left main trunk and the big branches of the left coronary system leading to sudden onset of many ventricular fibrillations associated with unconsciousness requiring several reanimations. The condition was treated with coronary artery surgery with the usage of three different arterial conduits (right radial artery, right gastroepiploic artery as free grafts and the left internal mammary artery in situ) with an additional saphenous vein bypass graft. Details of surgical procedures as well as the documents of the early postoperative course and of the 1 month follow up are given.
|Number of pages||4|
|Publication status||Published - Jul 7 1996|
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