, the John Schoenberg Professor of Surgery and a cardiovascular specialist at Barnes-Jewish Hospital. ‘Our results suggest that inflammation is the cause of postoperative atrial fibrillation, and that gives us new opportunities for preventive therapy. ‘.. Atrial fibrillation – a rapid, irregular twitching of the upper chambers of the heart – is done in a quarter to half of the patients cardiac surgery cardiac surgery such as coronary artery bypass or valve replacement. The condition can postoperative complications post-operative complications, including heart failure or stroke. – ‘The patients postoperative atrial fibrillation suffered since the early days of cardiac surgery, and during beta-blockers – drugs to prevent arrhythmias – seem to reduce the frequency, there was no cure,’blood vessels andr Ralph Damiano Jr.
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