Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery News and Research

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Coronary Artery Bypass is surgery in which a healthy blood vessel taken from another part of the body is used to make a new path for blood around a blocked artery leading to the heart. This restores the flow of oxygen and nutrients to the heart. Also called aortocoronary bypass and CAB.
Gut microbiome impacts stroke severity and post-stroke functional impairment

Gut microbiome impacts stroke severity and post-stroke functional impairment

Study identifies mechanisms by which COVID-19 can lead to Alzheimer's disease-like dementia

Study identifies mechanisms by which COVID-19 can lead to Alzheimer's disease-like dementia

Patients with obesity at greater risk of developing long-term complications of COVID-19

Patients with obesity at greater risk of developing long-term complications of COVID-19

Cleveland Clinic, Lifebanc and Transplant Connect launch a fully automated donor referral system

Cleveland Clinic, Lifebanc and Transplant Connect launch a fully automated donor referral system

Researchers uncover potential new target for anti-COVID-19 therapies

Researchers uncover potential new target for anti-COVID-19 therapies

Stents or bypass surgery can improve outcomes in patients with stable ischemic heart disease

Stents or bypass surgery can improve outcomes in patients with stable ischemic heart disease

Cleveland Clinic receives two grants to study therapeutic potential of anti-cancer drug in Alzheimer's

Cleveland Clinic receives two grants to study therapeutic potential of anti-cancer drug in Alzheimer's

Bariatric surgery linked to lower risk of hospital and intensive care unit admission

Bariatric surgery linked to lower risk of hospital and intensive care unit admission

Cleveland Clinic team successfully used latest ablation technology to destroy large liver tumors

Cleveland Clinic team successfully used latest ablation technology to destroy large liver tumors

New study may shed light on the adaptive immune response to COVID-19

New study may shed light on the adaptive immune response to COVID-19

Cleveland Clinic receives $2.6 million NIA grant to develop automated screening for cognitive decline

Cleveland Clinic receives $2.6 million NIA grant to develop automated screening for cognitive decline

NIH awards $3.8 million to predict dementia in patients with Parkinson's disease

NIH awards $3.8 million to predict dementia in patients with Parkinson's disease

Study: 5 to 10% of surgically induced weight loss linked with cardiovascular benefits

Study: 5 to 10% of surgically induced weight loss linked with cardiovascular benefits

Flu vaccine does not increase a person's COVID-19 risk, finds study

Flu vaccine does not increase a person's COVID-19 risk, finds study

Researchers secure NIH funding to study differences in glioblastoma between males and females

Researchers secure NIH funding to study differences in glioblastoma between males and females

Cleveland's anchor institutions receive NIH funding to recruit minority Ph.D. students

Cleveland's anchor institutions receive NIH funding to recruit minority Ph.D. students

New model predicts patients’ likelihood of testing positive for COVID-19

New model predicts patients’ likelihood of testing positive for COVID-19

Cleveland Clinic receives $7.2 million to improve accuracy of MS diagnoses

Cleveland Clinic receives $7.2 million to improve accuracy of MS diagnoses

Study: Women less likely to have cardiovascular disease, and die of it, than men

Study: Women less likely to have cardiovascular disease, and die of it, than men

Researchers identify a gut microbe generated byproduct linked to cardiovascular disease

Researchers identify a gut microbe generated byproduct linked to cardiovascular disease