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SVGScalable Vector Graphics (W3C)
SVGSports Video Group (New York, NY)
SVGSaint Vincent and the Grenadines (Caribbean Country)
SVGSharp Vector Graphics
SVGSelect Voice Gain
SVGScalable Vector Graphics
SVGSave File for Glossary
SVGSaphenous Vein Graft (bypass graft using saphenous vein)
SVGStatic VAR (Volt-Ampere Reactive) Generator
SVGStrategic Vision Group (various organizations)
SVGSilicon Valley Group, Inc.
SVGSchweizerische Vakuumgesellschaft
SVGSoftware Vulnerability Guide
SVGSegmentally Variable Gene
SVGStavanger Lufthavn - Sola, Norway - Sola (Airport Code)
SVGSydvaranger Gruve (Norwegian: Sydvaranger Mine)
SVGStructureel Verankerd Glaswerk (Dutch: Anchored Structural Glass)
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Ohlmann et al., "Incidence, location, magnitude, and clinical correlates of saphenous vein graft calcification: an intravascular ultrasound and angiographic study," Circulation, vol.
Roshanali et al., "Scoring system for predicting saphenous vein graft patency: In coronary artery bypass grafting," Texas Heart Institute Journal, vol.
(2009) Long-term results of saphenous vein graft for coronary stenosis caused by Kawasaki disease.
The upper portion of sternotomy incision (2 or 3 sutures) is opened, the saphenous vein graft is located, the securing silk ligature is divided, and the IABP catheter is gently removed (Figure 2(a)).
Five of the vessels were repaired with a reversed saphenous vein graft, and 1 of the patients with a femur fracture underwent successful primary repair.
Postoperative aspirin, started within 6 hours of surgery, improves saphenous vein graft patency.
A saphenous vein graft was anastomosed to the posterior descending and a second one to the obtuse marginal.
He underwent aortic root and valve replacement, along with coronary artery bypass grafting to the right coronary artery using a reversed long saphenous vein graft. Postoperatively, he was anticoagulated on Warfarin, and was also placed on beta blockade therapy (Bisoprolol), a diuretic (Frusemide), an ACE inhibitor (Ramipril), and a statin (Simvastatin).
His surgery was performed 2 weeks after the initial presentation, and included the above-mentioned treatment and a saphenous vein graft to anastamose the subclavian vein.
Aortocoronary bypass with saphenous vein graft. Seven-year follow-up.