The Role of Arterial Grafting During Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting
Dr. Robert F. Tranbaugh, Chief of Cardiac Surgery at Beth Israel Medical Center, discusses the role of arterial grafting, and specifically the radial artery in coronary artery bypass surgery, as well as the outstanding results achieved at Beth Israel.
Cardiologists and other physicians who wish to learn more about the benefits of arterial vs vein grafting in coronary artery bypass grafting surgery, and specifically, use of the radial artery for CABG.
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Robert F. Tranbaugh, MD