Coronary artery bypass surgery in the septuagenarian.


Analyzed during a 3-year period were 86 patients from 70 to 80 years of age who underwent coronary artery bypass grafting without other cardiac procedures. The series included 57 men (66%) and 29 women (34%). The average follow-up period was 27 months. The early mortality rate for the men was 5.2%, and the overall mortality was 8.7%. This compared with an… (More)


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