Friday, May 18, 2012

Effect of invasive coronary revascularization in acute MI


Below is a review of a new study supporting BYPASS SURGERY in dramatically lowering death rates. Does this new study in AM J of Cardiology force you to refer your CV patients for surgery? Does this require you to alter your INFORMED CONSENT procedures in case a patient that you treat later dies?

I have MY answers but if something ever goes wrong you need your answers on the tip of your tongue. It is not enough to know the right answer by the time things are in court. You need to have dissected this WEAK study enough to know why you are not suddenly required to push surgery to patients who consult with you about their CAD problems

This major 5 years Canadian study of revascularization surgery during hospitalization for acute MI is done by University of Alberta and in a current AM J of Cardiology. The death rate in this study was ONLY 5% in the operated group vs. 17% in those not receiving surgery. So what does that prove? To me that is a bad outcome in both studies because they are both wrong in their approach. I am convinced that lowering blood viscosity safely with Beyond Chelation Improved is the correct approach. Read more…

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