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Against All Odds-AAO Group

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Nestor Guriev
Nestor Guriev

Medical Surgical Udan

In our study, the mean plasma big ET-1 levels were markedly increased on the 1st and 2nd POD in ESCC patients. The phenomenon may partly contribute to a compensatory response to surgical stress, for example, the reduction of local blood flow in nonvital organs so as to increase the blood flow in vital organs[36]. Several prior reports[37-39] suggest that tissue damage, ischemia and surgical stress during operation could raise circulating ET-1 levels, and the elevated ET-1 levels related to surgery frequently peak between 1 and 12 hours in the immediate post-operative period and declined gradually thereafter. On the 3rd POD, the plasma big ET-1 levels declined, but were no statistically different compared to the pre-operative levels. It implies that the increasing levels of big ET-1 as response to surgical stress were lessen. On the 10th and 30th POD, these levels declined significantly compared to pre-operative levels. Ferrari-Bravo[40] and Teng[41] also reported that postoperative plasma big ET-1 level markedly decreased compared with preoperative concentrations in patients with gastric carcinoma, and concluded that ET-1 may be secreted by the cancer cell and the ET-1 concentration will fall in when the tumor is removed. These findings[35,40,41], along with our results, suggest that plasma big ET-1 might be able to be used as a measure of surgical completeness.

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