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A Functional Evaluation of Bronchial Reconstructed Lung with Special Reference to Denervation

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Title: A Functional Evaluation of Bronchial Reconstructed Lung with Special Reference to Denervation
Authors: Tomita, Masao / Koga, Yasunori / Shibata, Koichiro / Matsumoto, Kazuhisa / Onizuka, Toshio / Sakoda, Koichiro / Maeda, Takami / Hamasuna, Shigehito / Wake, Norio / Ichinose, Yukito
Authors (alternative): 富田, 正雄 / 古賀, 保範 / 柴田, 紘一郎 / 松本, 和久 / 鬼塚, 敏男 / 迫田, 耕一朗 / 前田, 隆美 / 浜砂, 重仁 / 和気, 典雄 / 一瀬, 幸人
Issue Date: 25-Oct-1979
Citation: Acta medica Nagasakiensia. 1979, 24(1-4), p.18-24
Abstract: Bronchoplastic procedures for lung cancer were suitable operative method to reserve pulmonary function and to enlarge the resected area. However, functional evaluation is not necessarily achieved in bronchial reconstructed lung, especially with reference to denervation. In this study the influence of denervation was investigated experimentally by pulmonary perfused wedge method in which vascular tonus was directly illustrated and by measurement of oxygen saturation (Sao2) of pulmonary venous blood in which the ability of oxygen uptake was elucidated. When comparing the results of denervation with regard to operative procedures of bronchoplasty, bronchoplasty with sleeve anastomosis of pulmonary artery and autotransplantation respectively, the deteriorate effects related to bronchoplasty were not observed as compared to autotransplantation.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/15611
ISSN: 00016055
Type: Departmental Bulletin Paper
Text Version: publisher
Appears in Collections:Volume 24, No. 1-4

Citable URI : http://hdl.handle.net/10069/15611

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