Five-Year Outcomes after On-Pump and Off-Pump Coronary-Artery Bypass.

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Published in N Engl J Med on August 16, 2017


A Laurie Shroyer1, Brack Hattler1, Todd H Wagner1, Joseph F Collins1, Janet H Baltz1, Jacquelyn A Quin1, G Hossein Almassi1, Elizabeth Kozora1, Faisal Bakaeen1, Joseph C Cleveland1, Muath Bishawi1, Frederick L Grover1, Veterans Affairs ROOBY-FS Group

Author Affiliations

1: From Northport Veterans Affairs (VA) Medical Center, Northport, NY (A.L.S., M.B.); Eastern Colorado Health Care System, Department of Veterans Affairs (A.L.S., B.H., J.H.B., J.C.C., F.L.G.), and National Jewish Health (E.K.), Denver; the University of Colorado School of Medicine, Aurora (B.H., J.C.C., F.L.G.); VA Health Economics Resource Center and the Department of Surgery, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA (T.H.W.); Cooperative Studies Program Coordinating Center, VA Medical Center, Perry Point, MD (J.F.C.); VA Boston Healthcare System, West Roxbury, MA (J.A.Q.); Zablocki VA Medical Center and the Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee (G.H.A.); Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland (F.B.); VA Pittsburgh Health Care System, Pittsburgh (F.B.); and Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC (M.B.).

Associated clinical trials:

ROOBY Trial Follow-up Extension | NCT01924442