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Aortobifemoral Bypass mayo stand and back table surgery setup

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Aortobifemoral Bypass surgery instruments

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What to expect during Aortobifemoral Bypass

An aortobifemoral bypass is a surgical procedure that is used to treat aortic or iliac artery disease. During this procedure, a surgeon creates a new pathway for blood to flow from the aorta to the femoral arteries in the legs, bypassing any blockages or narrow areas in the iliac arteries. This is typically done by using a synthetic graft to create a new path for blood flow. The procedure is often used to improve blood flow to the legs and reduce symptoms such as pain, cramping, and difficulty walking. Positioning Supine with arms at 90 degrees Step 1: Patient Preparation…
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