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Research Article

Physiologic Responses to Infrarenal Aortic Cross-Clamping during Laparoscopic or Conventional Vascular Surgery in Experimental Animal Model: Comparative Study

Table 3

Systolic volume (SV) and and systemic vascular resistance (SVR) in pigs anesthetized with sevoflurane, fentanyl, and vecuronium and undergoing aortic cross-clamping through laparotomy (Group I) or laparoscopy with (Group II) or without aortic cross-clamping (Group III).

SV (mL)SVR (Dyn s/cm5)
TimesGroup IGroup IIGroup IIIGroup IGroup IIGroup III

T1 1556 3701460 3591735 202
T2 1509 3941940 529*2098 133*
T3 2083 456*2080 957*2455 397*
T4 2100 610*2010 1016*2508 469*
T5 * * 933 513*1160 2901926 410
T6 1208 4831230 2562032 482
T7 1361 6361320 971880 337

*Significant changes from baseline

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