Hybrid coronary revascularization has improved short-term outcomes but worse mid-term reintervention rates compared to CABG A propensity matched analysis

Yu Xia, Abraham N. Katz, Stephen J. Forest, Robert T. Pyo, Mark A. Greenberg, Joseph J. DeRose

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