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Continuous Local Heparinization

  • Yuji Inada
  • Akihiro Fukui
  • Shigeru Mizumoto

Abstract

After Komatsu and Tamai first performed the successful replantation of an amputated thumb in 1965 [1], 78 medical institutions in Japan reported 3126 cases of digit replantation up to July 1981 [2]. Thus, replantation had become an established surgical technique in Japan within little more than a decade after the world’s first digit replantation.

Keywords

Anticoagulant Therapy Arterial Catheter Free Tissue Transfer Venous Thrombus Target Artery 
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  • Yuji Inada
  • Akihiro Fukui
  • Shigeru Mizumoto

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