2022 ACC/AHA coronary revascularization guidelines (Segment 2)

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A discussion of the new controversial ACC/AHA guideline updates, which reduced the level of evidence for CABG as a treatment for CAD patients with three-vessel disease and normal LV function. The panel provides a rebuttal on the benefits of CABG versus medical therapy and the reduction in class designation for CABG, as well as the use of the ISCHEMIA and other similar trials for drawing such comparative evidence conclusions.

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