Cardiac arrest is a prerequisite for many cardiac surgical procedures to facilitate surgery whilst protecting the myocardium from a transient period of ischemia. To achieve arrest, cardioplegia solutions are either directly applied to the coronary ostia, into the aortic root or via the coronary sinus.
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