Retrospective Comparison of Endoscopic Versus Open Procedure for Mitral Valve Disease.

Retrospective Comparison of Endoscopic Versus Open Procedure for Mitral Valve Disease. J Invest Surg. 2020 Feb 16;:1-7 Authors: Jiang Q, Wang Z, Guo J, Yu T, Zhang X, Hu S Abstract Objectives: We investigated whether the totally video-assisted thoracoscopic mitral valve surgery provides superior clinical outcomes and less inflammatory injury reaction compared with conventional sternotomy.Methods: A total of 504 consecutive patients admitted for mitral valve surgery from May 2014 through May 2019 in a single center were retrospectively analyzed according to two distinct procedure approach: the totally video-assisted thoracoscopic approach (group A, n = 127) and standard median sternotomy (group B, n = 377). The primary end point was the durations of cardiopulmonary bypass, aortic cross-clamping, the ventilation time and intensive care unit of stay; the secondary endpoints included inflammation indexes like high sensitivity C-reactive protein, neutrophil-lymphocyte ratio and metabolic injury parameters cardiac Troponin and lactate.Results: There was only one in-hospital death due to diffuse intravascular coagulation in group A, but similar complications such as repair failure, re-thoracotomy and stroke in both groups. The durations of cardiopulmonary bypass and aortic cross-clamping were significantly longer in group A. In contrast, ventilation time and intensive care unit of stay were shortened compared with these in group B. In...
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