Mental changes after bypass usually temporary: study


NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Declines in thinking and memory skills that sometimes follow coronary artery bypass surgery may be short-lived, a new small study suggests.
Earlier reports found cognitive problems in up to two-thirds of people being discharged from the hospital after bypass surgery, which is done to improve blood flow to the heart.
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4 April 2013 in Health, Views: 2
 


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