African Annals of
Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery

OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE AFRICAN ASSOCIATION OF THORACIC AND CARDIO-VASCULAR SURGEONS
  • Abbreviation: Afr. Ann. Thorac. Cardiovasc. Surg.
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 1994-7461
  • DOI: 10.5897/AATCVS
  • Start Year: 2005
  • Published Articles: 29

Table of Content: June 2016; 11(1)

June 2016

Surgical aspects of rheumatic heart disease: Part 3

Acute Rheumatic Fever (ARF) and Rheumatic Heart Disease (RHD) remain significant noncommunicable diseases in developing countries and emerging economies. Part one of this five part series discussed general aspects of ARF and RHD. Part two focused on medical and interventional approaches and treatment. The present part three will focus on surgical aspects of RHD. This will highlight the history, indications, timing, and...

Author(s): A.T. PEZZELLA MD, N. NGUYEN MD

  • Article Number: 5D129A160755

June 2016

Challenges in open heart surgery (OHS) in Africa: Côte d'Ivoire experience

I would like to thank the United States Chapter of the ISS (slide 3) for inviting me at the ACS clinical congress 2015(slide 4) and give me an opportunity to speak on ”Challenges in Open Heart Surgery in Africa: Cote d’Ivoire Experience”(slide 5).

Author(s): Koffi Herve Yangni-Angate, MD

  • Article Number: BF3BC2460757

June 2016

Côte cervicale inductrice d’un pseudo-anévrysme de l’artère sousclavière et d’un syndrome de la traversée thoraco-brachiale : À propos d’un cas à Yaoundé (Cameroun).

La cote cervicale est une anomalie congénitale exceptionnelle, tout comme l’anévrysme de l’artère subclavière qui est une pathologie rare. Nous rapportons le cas d’un homme, travailleur manuel présentant des douleurs et gonflement cervical bas à droite dont le bilan scénographique a révélé une côte cervicale avec...

Author(s): T. MVOGO MINKALA LIN , B. NGO NONGA , S. ABOGO OYONG, P. ONGOLO ZOGO

  • Article Number: 859219B60759

June 2016

Insurance type is a major predictor of lower extremity amputation following infra-popliteal arterial trauma

Background: Following traumatic infrapopliteal arterial injury, salvageability of the leg is often attributed to injury-related variables. We investigated factors influencing amputation. Method: The United States’ National Trauma Data Bank was retrospectively examined identifying subjects aged ≥ 18 with tibial arterial injuries. Demographic, injury-related, co-morbid, and other variables were analyzed....

Author(s): JO. HWABEJIRE, C. NEMBHARD, AC. OBIRIEZE, Y. WEONPO, D. TRAN, DA. ROSE, M. SIRAM SURYANARAYANA, EE. CORNWELL III, H. KAKRA

  • Article Number: 76924C060761