To analyze the difference between the results of examination of renal function before and after the on-pump CABG (CABG) action compared to the off-pump CABG (OPCAB) action for 7 years. A cross-sectional study using medical record evaluated the ureum, creatinine, and creatinine clearance between OPCAB and CABG. This was also followed by urea differences after the procedure of either CABG or OPCAB with a p value of 0.049. There was no statistically significant difference at the time after the procedure, where the result of the p value obtained was 0.187. When viewed from the median value, the creatinine value in the CABG group is 0.82 compared to the OPCAB group of 0.89. While the last variable assessed was CrCl, after the procedure, the value of p = 0.926 is obtained. However, when viewed at the median OPCAB value is 89 compared to CABG which is 86.81. Coronary artery bypass grafting procedures with either the on-pump or off-pump method only minimally affect kidney function. The different procedures also do not differ from each other against creatinine clearance and also serum creatinine. However, there are differences in urea levels.
COMPARISON OF POSTOPERATIVE RENAL FUNCTION TEST BETWEEN OFF-PUMP CORONARY ARTERY BYPASS GRAFTING AND ON-PUMP CORONARY ARTERY BYPASS GRAFTING IN 7 YEARS IN HAJI ADAM MALIK HOSPITAL MEDAN, Yosef Aloys Hamonangan Siregar, Marshal, Doddy Prabisma Pohan, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCED MEDICINE : Volume-1 | Issue-4 | July-2017