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Optimising Cardiac Surgery ouTcOmes in People with diabeteS (OCTOPuS)

Project title: Optimising Cardiac Surgery ouTcOmes in People with diabeteS (OCTOPuS)

Call to action: 16/25 16/25 Poorly controlled diabetes and outcomes of elective surgery

Research type: Primary Research

Chief investigator: Professor Richard HoltORCID

Contractor: University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust

Cost: £1,967,230.80

Co-investigators: Dr Amy Whitehead, Dr Andrew Cook, Dr Helen Patridge, Dr Mayank Patel, Mr Kareem Salhiyyah, Mr Philip Newland-Jones, Mr Sunil Ohri, Mr Theodore Velissaris, Mrs Arlene Fisher, Professor Joanne Lord, Professor Katharine Barnard.

Started: January 2018 | Status: Research in progress

ISRCTN: 10170306

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