Best Practices

In EVH, it’s more than a conduit—it’s an outcome.

As a cardiac surgeon, you’re an expert in patient care, procedural excellence, and short- and long-term patient outcomes.

If EVH NO COMPROMISES (EVH) is currently part of your practice during coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG), then you understand the importance of ensuring this therapy positively impacts the patient’s long-term outcome.

If your surgical team does not currently perform EVH, then we hope you will take this opportunity to learn more about the therapy and its clinical benefits through the latest data and other relevant information—all of which you can find through this online resource.


Did you know that 90% of hospitals in the United States perform EVH today?1 In fact, more than 1 million EVH procedures have been completed worldwide. EVH has become the standard of care in the United States for obtaining a conduit during CABG because of its minimally invasive technique that enables patients to return to normal function without noticeable effects.2


(1) MAQUET Cardiovascular internal data.

(2) Motwani JG. Aortocoronary saphenous vein graft disease: Pathogenesis,predisposition and prevention. Circulation.1998;10;97(9):916-31.

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