Current practices and future state of coronary surgery (Segment 3)

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Hear an in-depth discussion on the current and future state of coronary surgery. This series is led by Professor Pieter Kappetein, who is joined by Dr. Marc Ruel of the Ottawa Heart Institute, Dr. John Puskas from Mount Sinai Morningside in New York, and Dr. Teresa Kieser from the University of Calgary. Together, they will provide insights into the progress, current trends, and the future of coronary surgery — covering topics that include the rol...

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