Features December 2015 Issue

Heart Disease and CABG Complications More Likely for Diabetes Patients

In CABG, a blood vessel from elsewhere in the body is grafted onto an artery in the heart that has serious blockage, allowing blood to bypass the blockage.

Heart Disease and CABG Complications More Likely for Diabetes Patients

Cleveland Clinic research suggests that those with diabetes need to pay greater attention to heart disease prevention efforts because their risk is amplified.

Diabetes patients face an exponentially greater risk for heart disease, but they are also more vulnerable to coronary bypass surgery complications. So what are the best options?

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