OPERATION BENTALL DE BONO AGAINST THE BACKGROUND OF BILATERAL POLYSEGMENTAL VIRAL PNEUMONIA (COVID-19) CASE FROM PRACTICE
S. Ahmed, I.Kh. Bebezov, M.K. Dzhundubaev, A.A. Rakimbaev, A.K. Turgunov, D.B. Toktosunova, I.A. Akhmedova, R.S. Kalieva, E.D. Seytakhunova
Coronavirus-2 Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS-CoV-2) was first described in early December 2019 and has rapidly spread globally, causing significant disruptions in the provision of healthcare services in many countries. The volume of cardiac surgery has also undergone significant changes due to the redistribution of bed resources. Although the measures applied have been beneficial for the treatment of patients with coronavirus infection (COVID-19), the implications of postponing cardiac surgery for patients with cardiovascular disease need to be considered. It can be assumed that these patients will have progression of the underlying disease, which will lead to an increase in the number of patients in need of emergency cardiac surgery. The article describes a case of emergency surgery in a patient with dissecting aneurysm of the aortic root on the background of bilateral polysegmental viral pneumonia (COVID-19).
Key words: Covid-19, viral pneumonia, aortic aneurysm, multislice computed tomography (MSCT).