Joanna Chikwe, MD, Timothy Lee, MD, Shinobu Itagaki, MD, David H. Adams, MD, Natalia N. Egorova, PhD
In summary, even when off-pump surgery is performed by experienced off-pump surgeons averaging around 500 prior off-pump cases and performing >80% of their cases off-pump, rates of incomplete revascularization and late mortality are significantly worse with off-pump surgery compared with on-pump coronary bypass. These data support the conclusion that, for most patients without contraindications to cardiopulmonary bypass undergoing surgical revascularization, on-pump coronary bypass remains the appropriate choice.
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- Francesca N Delling, Peter A Noseworthy, David H Adams, et al.
Plasma Renin Activity Increases With Cardiopulmonary Bypass and is Associated With Vasoplegia After Cardiac SurgeryMorgan L Montgomery, Caroline R Gross, Hung-Mo Lin, Yuxia Ouyang, Matthew A Levin, Holly E Corkill, Ahmed El-Eshmawi, David H Adams, Menachem M Weiner
Current Indications for Transcatheter Edge-to-Edge Repair in a Patient With Primary Mitral RegurgitationRebecca T Hahn, Vincent Chan, David H Adams