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Tag: coronary artery bypass grafting
When Is Revascularization Your Best Option to Protect Against Heart Attack?
New research shows that coronary artery bypass grafts not only prevent a blockage from causing a heart attack. They can also prevent damage from blockages that can occur later in the same artery.
Why Your Surgeon Should Use Arteries (Not Veins) In Your Heart Bypass
Arteries used as bypass grafts tend to remain free of atherosclerosis indefinitely, reducing the risk of heart attack or need for another surgery.
Having Heart Surgery? How 2 Techniques Can Open Your Artery Blockages
PCI and CABG should not be thought of separately in terms of treatment. Rather, they are complementary techniques.
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