Psychosocial Aspects

  • G. Bergmann
  • M. Welsch
  • W. Saggau
  • H. Ferner
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Abstract

This randomized collaborative study shows that coronary bypass graft surgery improves the quality of life as manifested by relief of chest pain, improvement of both subjective and objective measurements of functional status, and a diminished requirement for drug therapy. However, no significant effect on employment or recreational status was observed. [1] (CASS)

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  • G. Bergmann
  • M. Welsch
  • W. Saggau
  • H. Ferner

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