Vena saphena magna in situ-bypass til ankel og fod. En prospektiv opg|relse af resultaterne af 101 procedurer hos 94 amputationstruede patienter]

Ole Christian Røder, L P Jensen, T V Schroeder, J E Lorentzen

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    Abstract

    The results of 101 in situ by-pass operations to the ankle and foot are given. Seventy-five percent of the patients had other arteriosclerotic manifestations and 55% were diabetics. Ninety-nine percent of the operations were limb salvage surgery. The accumulative secondary patency rate was 87% after one month and 65% after three years. The results did not differ from by-pass surgery to the crural arteries. The wound complication rate was 16% with an infection rate of 7% and the major amputation rate was 8% after one month and 10% after three years. The survival of this selected group of patients was lower than a group of sex- and age-matched controls. The long term results of this type of advanced by-pass surgery in limb threatening ischaemia are very satisfactory and should be a must in every vascular surgeon's armamentarium.
    Bidragets oversatte titel[Vena saphena magna in situ bypass to the ankel and foot. A prospective assessment of results of 101 procedures in 94 patients with threatening amputation]
    OriginalsprogDansk
    TidsskriftUgeskrift for Laeger
    Vol/bind159
    Udgave nummer32
    Sider (fra-til)4846-9
    Antal sider4
    ISSN0041-5782
    StatusUdgivet - 4 aug. 1997

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