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- Complications after cryosurgery with new miniature cryoprobes in long hollow bones: An animal trial

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Figure 1 Mean central venous pressure (CVP): Measurements were done before (point 1) and after the two cryoablations (point 2, 3) and after drilling the controll holes (point 4).

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Figure 2 Mean pulmonary artery pressure (PAP) before (point 1) and after the two cryoablations (point 2, 3) and after drilling the controll holes (point 4).

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Figure 3 Mean heartrate measured at different times of the operation (see fig. 1, 2).

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Figure 4 Mean hemoglobin (HB) measured before and directly after the operation.

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Figure 5 Mean deep temperature measured before and after the operation.

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Figure 6 Superficial wound infection 2 weeks after cryosurgery.

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Source: BMC Surgery 2005, 5:17 


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