Interrupted suture technique-prosthetic aortic valve, Biology

Interrupted suture technique: Synthetic braided 2 '0' sutures (ethibond) with 17mtn needles on either end and a pledget is used. Alternate green and white sutures are taken after initially taking 3 commissural sutures. Valve organizers are available to tack in the sutures in order until all the sutures are taken. The sutures are taken through the skirt of the chosen valve. Valve is seated; sutures tied and cut off. Disc motion is checked and if not satisfactory, using the valve holder the valve can be rotated inside its housing. Aorta is closed in two layers using prolene sutures.

 

 

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