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After removal of animal experiments reviews duplicates and the studies which were not discussed the CAGB surgery 46 RCTs were left.
Rogers, Ph.D., of the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Mich., and her associates evaluated the prevalence of infection in 9,218 Michigan Medicare patients aged 65 years or older who were hospitalized during 1997-1998 for CAGB surgery.
We developed a decision-analytic model (Figure 1) to calculate the clinical benefits and costs associated with alternative strategies for antibiotic prophylaxis in a hypothetical cohort of 10,000 patients undergoing CAGB surgery.
Given the aforementioned controversy in the results of the studies conducted hitherto and the importance of injuries after ischemia and reperfusion in CABG, we designed a double-blind, controlled trial to evaluate the protective effects of EPO on post-CABG reperfusion injuries through assessment of echocardiographic parameters before and after CAGB.
To measure quality, we calculated for each hospital a mortality Z-score based on its number of CABG patients and the difference between its predicted and actual number of CAGB patient deaths.