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Surgical Intervention in CTEPH
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Dr. Fraser Rubens of the University of Ottawa, describes the surgical method used in treating patients with operable CTEPH. This includes deep hypothermic circulatory arrest (DHCA), in which circulation is stopped and restored in a temperature controlled environment. In addition, he talks about the potential risks and benefits of pre-operative medical treatment, and the possible role in surgical outcomes.