Published in Cardiovascular Week, November 6th, 2006
In their analysis of more than 5 million discharges from hospitals across the United States, the researchers at Duke University Medical Center found that the incidence of acute renal failure associated with coronary artery bypass surgery increased almost five-fold during the study period. The researchers estimate that approximately 20,000 cases of the disorder occur nationwide each year.
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