Vascular Anastomosis - End-to-Side

Vascular Anastomosis - End-to-Side

The Vascular Anastomosis – End-to-Side  course will teach you:

  • The objective of exposure of the vascular end-to-side anastomosis is anastomose the end of one vessel to the side of another vessel or a graft.

Special attention is paid to the following hazards you may encounter during the Vascular Anastomosis – End-to-Side:

  • Thromboembolism
  • Posterior arterial wall injury

With the following tips you might perform this procedure even better:

  • Arteriotomy length
  • Graft incision
  • U Stitch

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Step by step

Anastomosis preparation



Incise the artery longitudinally to create an arteriotomy.

Arteriotomy length

The length of the arteriotomy should be approximately one and a half times the diameter of the graft.

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