CABG – commercial opportunity, or opportunity to do good?

I was sequentially appalled and enthused by a Duck-Duck-Go search I ran yesterday. I searched on Global CABGs. The first document I read ( https://www.marketwatch.com/press-release/coronary-artery-bypass-grafts-cabg-market-size-share-global-trend-industry-news-industry-demand-business-growth-top-key-players-update-business-statistics-and-research-methodology-by-forecast-to-2027-2021-05-13 ) a sales blurb from a US market research business that is promoting the financial ‘opportunity’ presented by major surgery. Life saving surgery it seems has a deal of commercial promise to …

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Highlights of my CABG

One of the most ‘heartening’ aspects of being a CABG patient is the realisation that the cardiac care team, working this complex process,  apparently represent the entire world. With specialist nurses from Korea, Sudan, China,  UK , India, Australia  and elsewhere, it was good to see they all shared the same level of professionalism and care. …

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CABG Thinking

Recently, in April 2021, following a particularly strenuous camping trip to a very remote part of Australia, which included 8  crossings of the Finke river (which, unusually, had water in at the time) I discovered I had the very good fortune to be eligible for a CABG (or cabbage as it is pronounced) and that …

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