Cardio Thoracic and Vascular
Guillaume Chanoit engages in cardiothoracic surgery research through collaboration with surgeons and scientists from Bristol Heart Institute. He is working to improve the use and understanding of cardiopulmonary bypass in animals and infants, as well as develop strategies to enhance the outcome of cardiac and thoracic surgery (e.g. congenital cardiac and vascular malformation, valvular disease) in animals. Another area of translational research Guillaume works on, is the diagnosis and therapy of cardiac arrhythmias, a pathology that can lead to sudden death or stroke.
- Heterogeneity of T Tubules in pig hearts
- Outcome of pneumonectomy in cats and dogs
- Outcomes and complications associated with epicardial pacemakers in 28 dogs and 5 cats.
- Which sternotomy closure method (Orthopaedic Wire or Suture) is recommended in large breed dogs undergoing a median sternotomy?
- Comparison of muscle-sparing lateral thoracotomy and standard lateral thoracotomy on post-operative pain and lameness – a randomized clinical trial
- Clinical outcomes following surgery for spontaneous pneumothorax caused by pulmonary blebs and bullae
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Dr Guillaume Chanoit
Senior Lecturer in Small Animal Surgery
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