A better bypass

Coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG) might be the standard treatment for coronary disease, but it comes with an increased risk of post-operative stroke compared to other techniques.

But new research suggests that a few tweaks to the technique might decrease this risk, especially for patients whose risk of stroke is higher to start with.

Moreover, it might improve a number of common post-operative complications as well.

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