Intraoperative Intensive Insulin Therapy Did Not Improve Outcomes Among Patients Undergoing Cardiac Surgery

Abstract

Design. Randomized, controlled trial at a single academic teaching hospital. subjects. Four hundred patients undergoing on-pump cardiac surgery. Mean age was 63 years, 69% were men, 96% were white, and 20% had a history of diabetes. Methods. Patients were assigned randomly to receive either conventional intraoperative glucose control (treatment for blood… (More)

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