The STS Adult Cardiac Surgery Database (ACSD) is the world's premier clinical outcomes registry for adult cardiac surgery. Launched in 1989, the Database contains more than 6.5 million cardiac surgery procedure records and currently has nearly 3,800 participating physicians, including surgeons and anesthesiologists.
Adult Cardiac Surgery Database The STS Adult Cardiac Surgery Database (ACSD) is the world’s premier clinical outcomes registry for adult cardiac surgery. It represents more than 90% of the groups that perform cardiac surgery in the United States. Access ACSD Public Reporting results.
Adult Cardiac Surgery Database Public Reporting Since its inception in 2010, the STS Adult Cardiac Surgery public reporting initiative continues to grow, both in the number of voluntarily enrolled participants and the composite measures offered.
The STS Adult Cardiac Surgery Database was analyzed for short-term mortality and morbidity components, including sternal wound infection, stroke, prolonged ventilation, renal failure, cardiac reoperation, acute kidney injury, and renal failure.Author: Tyler Wallen, Tyler Wallen, Andreas Habertheuer, Joseph E. Bavaria, G.Chad Hughes, Vinay Badhwar, Je.