A Comparative Study On The Early Outcomes Following Three Different Harvesting Method Of Saphenous Vein In Patients Undergoing Cabg
Junlong HU, Zhaoyun CHENG, Zhenwei GE, Baocai WANG, Junjie SUN, Sheng WANG, Jizhong XUAN.
Zhengzhou University People's Hospital,Fuwai Central China Cardiovascular Hospital,Henan Provincial People's Hospital Heart Center, Zhengzhou, China.
Backgrounds:To compare the early outcomes of endoscopic, no-touch, and conventional open vein-graft harvesting for patients undergoing CABG surgery in one single heart center. Methods:An observational study of 243 patients undergoing isolated CABG surgery with endoscopic, no-touch and conventional open-vein graft harvesting methods between 2015 and 2017 performed by one single operation team.Graft patency rate, all-cause mortality, Secondary outcome included wound complications and the composite of death, recurrent angina, myocardial infarction, and revascularization were evaluated at the 12thmonth.ResultsBased on our database, 67% of patients received conventional open vein-graft harvesting, 16% received endoscopic harvesting and 17% received no-touch vein-graft harvesting during CABG surgery. After propensity score adjustment for clinical characteristics, there were no significant differences between one-year mortality rates and the composite of death, recurrent angina, myocardial infarction. Endoscopic vein-graft harvesting was associated with lower harvest site wound complications relative to no-touch group and conventional open vein-graft harvesting group. No-touch group reveals the best patency rate than the other 2 groups at the 12thmonth post operation. Conclusion:Among patients undergoing CABG surgery, the use of endoscopic vein- graft harvesting compared with conventional open vein-graft harvesting was not associated with increased mortality and complication morbidity, whereas no-touch group may have the best long-term results with a remarkable early patency rate.
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