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Journal of Cardiothoracic Surgery

, 3:45

First Online: 12 July 2008Received: 31 October 2007Accepted: 12 July 2008

Abstract

BackgroundIn our study we compared the Ringer solution, which is the standard prime solution of our department, with the HES Hydroxyethyl starch 130-0.4 solution, which can be a potential alternative prime solution with an indispensable material for the cardio-pulmonary bypass applications.

Methods140 patients undergoing to CABG Coronary Artery Bypass Graft surgery were electively enrolled to the study. 1500 ml Ringer solution + 200 ml mannitol + 60 ml sodium bicarbonate + 150 U-kg heparin was used as a prime solution to start cardiopulmonary by-pass in 70 patients which was defined as group 1. On the other hand, 1500 ml HES 130 - 0.4 + 200 ml mannitol + 60 ml sodium bicarbonate + 150 U-kg heparin was used as a prime solution in 70 patients in group 2.

ResultsINR International Normalized Ratio, urea levels and blood platelet counts were significantly different between the groups. INR level was higher in group 1, while blood urea and creatinine levels and platelet count were higher in group 2 at the end of the 12th and 24nd hours postoperatively p = 0.001.

In this study, it was shown that the usage of HES 130-0.4 as a prime solution did not have negative effect on postoperative INR level, platelet count, the need for transfusion and the amount of drainage, despite the negative opinions that similar solutions caused coagulation disorders. Another interesting result of the study was that blood platelet count at 24th hour was statistically significantly higher in group 2 p = 0.001.

ConclusionHES 130-0.4 solution is an alternative colloidal solution which can be used as the prime solution or as a mixture with the crystalloids in cardio-pulmonary bypass applications.

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Autor: Osman Tiryakioğlu - Gürdeniz Yıldız - Hakan Vural - Tugrul Goncu - Ahmet Ozyazıcıoglu - Şenol Yavuz

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