Night Surgery Not a Factor in Transplant Mortality, JHU Study Finds



Performing heart and lung transplants at night presents no additional survival risk, and has no effect on patients' length of stay in the hospital, despite concerns about surgeon fatigue, a 10-year Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine study finds.


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