The Post-Cardiac Surgery Patient in Your ED!

November 25, 2018 00:22:59
The Post-Cardiac Surgery Patient in Your ED!
Critical Care Perspectives in Emergency Medicine
The Post-Cardiac Surgery Patient in Your ED!
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Show Notes

More than 200,000 patients per year undergo coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) surgery. Up to 20 percent of these patients will require readmission within 30-days.  Many of these patients present to our EDs with numerous complications that we must be able to recognize and treat.  In this podcast, John leads an outstanding discussion on the 3 most common complications and reasons these patients present to the ED.

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