The data presented by SCTS has been through a complex methodology, including the variations in patient risk factors in order to give you a comparative base from which to work from. This means that the survival rates take into account the type and risk of patients being operated on for each surgeon/unit. This is known as risk adjusted survival.

My most up-today, personal results –  SCTS Casemix Prof G. Krasopoulos can be accessed directly from the SCTS Web site along with the up-today results for the Oxford Heart Centre – SCTS Oxford Heart Centre

Results from Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital, Liverpool, UK (2008-2009)

Results from St. Georges Hospital, London, UK (2009-2010)