Why are vein grafts so bad?
Because veins were never meant to be arteries. It is true that some vein grafts last 30 years but the majority don’t. The blood pressure in veins is 25-30 mmHg; the pressure in arteries is 120/80 mmHg. So when a vein is expected to do the job of an artery, it all too often fails. ...
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