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Long-term survival and functional capacity in cardiac surgery patients after prolonged intensive care
Many survivors of prolonged intensive care die soon after hospital discharge and many longer term survivors have a poor functional state, therefore, hospital discharge is an incomplete measure of outcome for these patients, and longer follow-up is more appropriate.
Association between postoperative hypothermia and adverse outcome after coronary artery bypass surgery.
Predictors of outcome in cardiac surgical patients with prolonged intensive care stay.
Preoperative health status and early organ failure were not predictive of late hospital mortality and the pattern of late organ failure associated with hospital mortality changed with time.
The risk of coronary artery surgery in women: a matched comparison using preoperative severity of illness scoring.
A1053 COMPARISON OF PHENOXYBENZAMINE TO SODIUM NITROPRUSSIDE IN PEDIATRIC CARDIAC SURGERY
COMPARISON OF HEPARIN DOSE RESPONSE TO ACTIVATED CLOTTING TIME IN INFANTS AND CHILDREN FOR CARDIAC SURGERY
Multiple Logistic Regression Analysis of the Association of Indexes of Organ Failure With Hospital Mortality After 14 Days in ICU *
A propensity-matched comparison of the incidence of new-onset postoperative atrial arrhythmias in cardiac and noncardiac thoracic surgery patients.
The incidence of new-onset postoperative atrial arrhythmias (POAAs) was higher in patients undergoing cardiac surgery than in Patients undergoing noncardiac thoracic surgery in propensity-matched patient groups and CPB was not associated with new-ONSet POAAs.