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Depression increases the risk of death in patients who have a coronary stent implanted.
New state reports also recognizes performance of four North Shore-LIJ cardiac surgeons, three cardiologists New Hyde Park, NY (PRWEB) March 14, 2012
Coronary artery bypass surgery performed whilst the heart is still beating may carry an increased likelihood of death.
Persistent depression symptoms may be associated with significantly greater declines in cognitive performance in older patients with coronary artery disease who underwent cardiac catheterization.
Married adults who undergo heart surgery are more than three times as likely as single people who have the same surgery to survive the next three months, a new study finds.
Patients who had leaky mitral heart valves repaired along with bypass surgery had with healthier hearts than those who had bypass only.
Updated appropriate use criteria released today offer detailed guidance on when to use an invasive procedure to improve blood flow to the heart and how to choose the best procedure for each patient.
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