Psychological and Behavioral Responses
Coronary artery bypass surgery (CABS) has been shown to reduce angina, as well as to prolong life in some subsets of patients [1–4]. Studies of the postoperative quality of life are now considered important in further justifying the use of this costly procedure.
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