Mehraneh D. Jafari, M.D.1 • Alessio Pigazzi, M.D., Ph.D.2 • Elisabeth C. McLemore, M.D.3 Matthew G. Mutch, M.D.4 • Eric Haas, M.D.5 • Sowsan H. Rasheid, M.D.6 Alyssa D. Wait, M.D.7 • Ian M. Paquette, M.D.8 • Ovunc Bardakcioglu, M.D.9 Bashar Safar, M.D.10
August 2021, Volume 64, Issue 8;
Successful visualization of perfusion can be achieved with indocyanine green fluoroscopy. However, no difference in anastomotic leak rates was observed between patients who underwent perfusion assessment versus standard surgical technique. In experienced hands, the addition of routine indocyanine green fluoroscopy to standard practice adds no evident clinical benefit.