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The Balance between Pro-oxidants and Antioxidants in Cardiac Anesthesia: a Review

Seyed Mohammad Seyed-Alshohadaei
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Due to the development of surgical techniques for controlling the conditions of patients, we are still faced with many conditions and risks in the management of patients' health during and after surgery. Hence, the creation of new methods, access to medicines and things that increase the quality of management and improve patient control conditions are on the agenda of many research teams around the world. Antioxidant substances and their effects on the control of free radicals (as one of the destructive factors on the health of patients undergoing surgery) is one of the research cases that has attracted many researchers in recent years. Cardiac surgery and cardiac anesthesia are among the most challenging types of surgeries. Control and management of patient conditions during this type of surgery is one of the most important challenges of anesthesiology team. This study tries to investigate the importance of antioxidants in controlling conditions and improving the status of patients undergoing cardiac surgery.

Keywords: Antioxidant; Pro-oxidant; Cardiac Anesthesia; Inflammation


Keywords

Antioxidant; oxidants ; pro oxidant ;cardiac surgery ; CABG ; antioxidant balance ; carioplegi ; cardiac pump

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22037/jcma.v3i3.23158

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