Cognitive Training May Help

Study suggests that bypass patients should be screened and possibly treated if signs of dementia linger after surgery

Its not uncommon for individuals who undergo coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG) to experience temporary cognitive dysfunction after the operation. Anesthesia and temporary hypotension or unusually low blood pressure during the surgery can contribute to the decline of brain function.
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