Private cardiac patients experience better outcomes, study finds

Private patients are 20% less likely to die or develop major complications, such as reintervention or stroke, after cardiac surgery than NHS patients, according to a new study led by academics at the University of Bristol. Researchers analysed data from over 280,000 adults who underwent cardiac surgery from 2009 to 2018 at 31 NHS cardiac…

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