First-ever women-only cardiac surgery trial launches

A pioneering initiative with significant implications for advancing women’s health in cardiac surgery has just launched.

The ROMA Women research study marks a historic milestone as the first-ever randomised trial exclusively recruiting female participants.

Led by the National Institute for Health and Care Research Leicester Biomedical Research Centre in the UK, the initiative evaluates the effectiveness of multiple arterial bypass grafts compared to the conventional practice of using multiple veins in coronary artery bypass grafts (CABG) among women.

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