Ophthalmic losses during surgical correction of valvular heart disease

Authors

  • S.O. Rykov Shupyk National Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education, Kyiv, Ukraine
  • O.V. Petrenko Shupyk National Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education, Kyiv, Ukraine
  • N.Ya. Kovalchuk SI “Heart Institute of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine”, Kyiv, Ukraine

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.22141/2309-8147.8.2.2020.209923

Keywords:

ophthalmic complications, valve pathology of the heart, cardiac surgery, review

Abstract

Valve pathology of the heart is the third most common cardiovascular disease after coronary heart disease and hypertension. In Ukraine, about 0.4 % of the population has acquired heart disease. The main method of treatment of acquired defects is surgery. Timely cardiac surgery can prolong life for decades in 75–80 % of patients. The trend of modern cardiac surgery is minimally invasive. This gives a better cosmetic effect and faster rehabilitation for patients, but it is a more capacious and complex technique for the surgeon, slightly prolongs the time of artificial circulation, aortic compression, and accordingly, the risk of complications. The article analyzes the main possible complications from the organ of vision during surgical corrections of valvular heart disease. It was found that ophthalmic complications in most literature sources are considered as part of neurological disorders after heart surgery. Today we have a need to study the features of the course and prevention of ophthalmic complications among the group of patients with the highest risk of microembolic and ischemic changes of the retina and optic nerve on the background of valvular heart disease, structuring of material, selection of risk groups preparing for cardiac surgery.

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2020-03-01

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