coronary artery bypass

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coronary artery bypass

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Surgery to create an alternative route of blood flow to the heart.

cor·o·nar·y ar·te·ry by·pass

n. conducto o derivación aortocoronaria, intervención usualmente con uso de una vena como injerto, o de una arteria mamaria interna interpuesta entre la aorta y una rama de la arteria coronaria, y puesta como derivación sanguínea mas allá de la obstrucción formada. V.: aortocoronary bypass.
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Gharavi's published statistics on coronary artery bypass surgery grafts were better than any other surgeon in California, highlighting his accomplishments as a leading cardiac surgeon in the nation.
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ASCERT, the ACCF and STS Database Collaborative on the Comparative Effectiveness of Revascularization Strategies, "is larger than any previous study [comparing coronary artery bypass surgery and percutaneous coronary intervention], it's contemporary data [from cases treated during 2004-2007], and it's more generalizable because it covers the entire United States," although limited exclusively to Medicare patients who were at least 65 years old, said Dr.
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