Аортокоронарное шунтирование в условиях искусственного кровообращения и на работающем сердце: сравнительный анализ ближайших и отдаленных результатов и послеоперационных осложнений (нарушения ритма сердца, когнитивные и неврологические расстройства <...>)

Авторы: К. В. Шумков *, Н. П. Лефтерова, Н. Л. Пак, Т. Т. Какучая, Ю. Ю. Смирнова, А. Г. Полунина, В. М. Воеводина, В. Ю. Мерзляков, Е. З. Голухова, Л. А. Бокерия

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