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About of Coronary Bypass Surgery

about of bypass surgery

Coronary artery bypass grafting among the most common types of cardiac surgery can be performed under the arm with minimally invasive methods. If cardiovascular disease can not be healed with medication, surgery is required

How Long Does Bypass Surgery Last?

How Long Does Bypass Surgery Last?

Coronary bypass surgery, takes about 3-6 hours. After surgery, patients should stay in hospital about of one week. Operation is not much risky because of minimally invasive method. The Patient can easily return to his daily life.

The Importance of Doctors

The Importance of Doctors

It is important that patients who will have coronary bypass surgery choose doctors who have many years of experience in cardiovascular surgery and do scientific studies

Advantages of Bypass Surgery

Advantages of Bypass Surgery

Bypass surgery is performed with minimally invasive methods without stopping the patient’s heart. By using minimally invasive surgery, the risk of complications in the brain, kidney and lung is reduced

Before Bypass Surgery

Before Bypass Surgery

Before the by-pass surgery, the patient should have some tests such as ECG, angio report, effort and blood tests, x-ray and respiration test. The patient must have a dental check to prevent infections during or after the surgery.

After Bypass Surgery

After Bypass Surgery

Bypass surgery takes about 3-6 hours.The person who undergoes bypass surgery is supposed to remain at the hospital for a week without any problems.Patients can return to their activities of daily living after 15-20 days. After that surgery, patients should begin exercise.

Heart attack

What is  a Heart Attack?

A heart attack is blockage of an artery that supplies blood to an area of your heart. Heart is a muscle and muscle needs blood supply to keep working.

Heart Attack Signs 

  • Chest pain
  • Feel shortness of breath
  • Have a sweat
  • Feeling nauseous

Signs can come on suddenly ang usually last for at least 10 minutes. 

Risk Factors

  • Smoking
  • Obesity
  • High cholesterol
  • Diabetes
  • Age over 65
risk factors