Mapping decision making for bypass surgery in the era of interventional medicine: towards an integrative model of patient-centeredness
Minerva Cardioangiologica: a journal on heart and vascular diseases , Volume 68 - Issue 5 p. 469- 479
This article reviews the context and evidence of recent myocardial revascularization trials on PCI versus CABG with particular emphasis on patient selection and treatment of surgical patients. Moreover, one of our intended purposes is to identify the values underpinning the integrated care model, which incorporates decision to proceed with surgical myocardial revascularization in conjunction with established pillars of the use of optimal surgical techniques, and aggressive risk-factor modification through guideline-directed pharmacological therapies and lifestyle modifications.
|Coronary artery bypass, Percutaneous coronary intervention, Decision making, Evidence-based medicine, Patient centered care|
|Minerva Cardioangiologica: a journal on heart and vascular diseases|
Milojevic, M, Milacic, P., Petrovic, I., Bojic, M., Milojevic, A., Nikolic, A, … Sousa-Uva, M. (2020). Mapping decision making for bypass surgery in the era of interventional medicine: towards an integrative model of patient-centeredness. Minerva Cardioangiologica: a journal on heart and vascular diseases, 68(5), 469–479. doi:10.23736/s0026-4725.20.05228-7