Effect of Failure to Rescue on Hospital Volume-Mortality Relationships in Cardiovascular Surgery

      The impact of failure to rescue on the volume-mortality relationship has previously been studied for many non-cardiac operations. This study seeks to determine whether, in cardiovascular surgery, increased mortality at low volume hospitals is a function of higher primary mortality or of less successful rescue from complications.
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