CABG


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AcronymDefinition
CABGCoronary Artery Bypass Graft (cardiology)
CABGCardiac Artery Bypass Graft (less common)
CABGClone Army Builders Guild (modeling club)
CABGCoronary Aorta Bypass Grafting (cardiovascular medicine)
CABGCoronary Angioplasty Bypass Grafting (cardiology)
CABGConcanavalin A-Binding Glycoprotein (internal medicine)
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In the trial, 250 patients who are scheduled to undergo CABG procedures at University of Maryland Medical Center and University of Maryland St Joseph Medical Center will be screened, enrolled and randomized to treatment with either DigiFab or placebo.
"Both PCI and CABG are thus acceptable revascularization approaches in selected high-risk patients with LMCAD and CKD," the authors write.
Conclusion: Stenting of ULMCA stenosis may be a safe and effective alternative to CABG in carefully selected patients.
reported cardiovascular complications in 52% (9 out of 17 patients) before CABG surgery including myocardial infarction in five cases [9].
Patients not undergoing PCI or CABG either because of the risk associated with each revascularization procedure or the patient's or physician's preference underwent MT alone.
These hemodynamic improvements included highly statistically significant differences in post-operative cardiac index and reduction in low cardiac output syndrome in Isolated CABG patients treated with levosimendan vs placebo.
The association between hospital volume and mortality after coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) surgery has been explored within countries since the 1970s, when a negative association was first described (Luft, Bunker, and Enthoven 1979).
The primary outcome was overall mortality and secondary outcomes were stroke within 30 days of the CABG surgery, rate of myocardial infarction, and length of hospital stay.