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Impact Of Newly Designed Retractor For Partial Sternotomy

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Impact of Newly Designed Retractor for Partial Sternotomy
Yosuke Inoue2,Kenji Minatoya1, Kazuhiro Yamazaki1, Hideo Kanemitsu1, Kazuhisa Sakamoto1, Taro Nakatsu1, Yoshimasa Seike2, Tadashi Ikeda1, Hitoshi Matsuda2.
1Kyoto University Hospital, Kyoto, Japan, 2National Cerebral and Cardiovasular Center, Osaka, Japan. 

 

Partial sternotomy has been established as one of approaches for cardiac surgery. The approach is also useful for aortic surgery. Regular retractor could be used for the partial sternotomy, however, the stress of the sternum with the regular retractor is sometimes excessive and it damages the sternum. At the same time, protective retractor is too bulky for the rather shorter skin incision. We present a newly developed sternal retractor

 

The skin incision was 15cm at the beginning; however, it could be safely shortened to 7cm. over 20 patients had aortic arch operation or aortic root operation with the retractor

All operations through the partial sternotomy was performed safely under fine exposure. Our newly developed retractor makes the aortic root and aortic arch procedures safer and shorter skin incision.

 

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