Higher morbidity and mortality in female patients following CABG

A recent study published in JAMA Surgery sheds light on the significant disparities in outcomes for women undergoing coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG), the most common cardiac procedure in the US.

Dr Mario Gaudino and his colleagues conducted the study, analysing data from over one million patients who underwent primary isolated CABG between 2011 and 2020.

The key findings indicate that women continue to face higher operative mortality and a greater incidence of the composite of operative mortality and morbidity compared to men.

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