A randomized comparison of the Saphenous Vein Versus Right Internal Thoracic Artery as a Y-Composite Graft (SAVE RITA) trial: One-year angiographic results and mid-term clinical outcomes.

@article{Kim2014ARC,
  title={A randomized comparison of the Saphenous Vein Versus Right Internal Thoracic Artery as a Y-Composite Graft (SAVE RITA) trial: One-year angiographic results and mid-term clinical outcomes.},
  author={Ki Bong Kim and Ho Young Hwang and Seokyung Hahn and Jun Sung Kim and Se Jin Oh},
  journal={The Journal of thoracic and cardiovascular surgery},
  year={2014},
  volume={148 3},
  pages={901-7; discussion 907-8}
}
OBJECTIVE The Saphenous Vein Versus Right Internal Thoracic Artery as a Y-Composite Graft (SAVE RITA) trial was designed to evaluate the noninferiority of the saphenous vein (SV) compared with the right internal thoracic artery ([R]ITA) used as a Y-composite graft. METHODS A total of 224 patients who had undergone off-pump revascularization for… CONTINUE READING