Cardiology

No indication of 'July effect' in context of cardiac surgery

(HealthDay)—In the context of cardiac surgery, there is no indication of a "July effect," describing worse outcomes in the first month of training, according to a study published online July 25 in the Annals of Thoracic ...

Cardiology

Brain health not affected by major heart surgery

Patients who undergo heart surgery do not experience major memory changes—either better or worse—when compared with those who have a much less invasive, catheter-based procedure, according to a study published online ...

Cardiology

Drug could reduce serious complication in cardiac bypass patients

Patients undergoing cardiac surgery that requires use of a heart-lung machine can see complications afterwards. Some experience low cardiac output syndrome (LCOS), in which their heart is unable to pump enough blood to properly ...

Other

Wash cycle—making organs fit for transplantation

There's a nationwide shortage of suitable organs for transplanting – but what if some of those organs deemed 'unsuitable' could be rejuvenated? Researchers at Addenbrooke's Hospital have managed just that – and last year ...

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