A common method used in heart bypass surgery spares patients pain and problems upfront but seems to raise their risk of dying or suffering a heart attack over the next three years, a worrisome new study finds.
The results could have a big impact — about 450,000 bypass operations are done each year in the United States and 70 percent of them use the method at issue.
, July 18, 2009
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