J.W. Randolph Bolton

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  • PERIOPERATIVE RESPIRATORY MANAGEMENT IN CARDIAC-SURGERY CLINICS IN CHEST MEDICINE Weiman, D. S., Ferdinand, F. D., Bolton, J. W., BROSNAN, K. M., Whitman, G. J. 1993; 14 (2): 283-292


    The perioperative respiratory care of the cardiac surgical patient can present many challenges to the caring physician that he or she may not see among the usual patient population. Knowledge of the effects of the heart-lung machine on pulmonary performance, awareness of the anatomic changes brought on by the surgeon, and consideration of the patient's baseline cardiac and pulmonary function need to be addressed so that the pulmonary problems that they present can be managed optimally.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1993LF87700008

    View details for PubMedID 8519173

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