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Methylprednisolone Does Not Reduce Odds of Poor Outcomes in Infant Heart Surgery
According to results of the STRESS trial, infants undergoing heart surgery with cardiopulmonary bypass did not have a lower chance of a bad outcome when administered with the steroid methylprednisolone, compared to the placebo. This trial was part of an initiative to develop a more reliable method of conducting clinical trials involving pediatric heart surgery patients.