Post Operative CABG cases

CABG is the most common type of open-heart surgery .CABG isn't used for everyone with CAD. Many people with CAD can be treated by other means, such as lifestyle changes, medicines, and another revascularization procedure called angioplasty.

CABG may be an option if you have severe blockages in the large coronary arteries that supply a major part of the heart muscle with blood-especially if the heart's pumping action has already been weakened.

CABG may also be an option if you have blockages in the heart that can't be treated with angioplasty. In these situations, CABG is considered more effective than other types of treatment.

  • If you're a candidate for CABG, the goals of having the surgery are to:
  • Improve your quality of life and decrease angina and other symptoms of CAD
  • Resume a more active lifestyle
  • Improve the pumping action of the heart if it has been damaged by a heart attack
  • Lower the chances of a heart attack (in some patients, such as those with diabetes)
  • Improve your chance of survival
  • Repeat surgery may be needed if grafted arteries or veins become blocked, or if new blockages develop in arteries that weren't blocked before. Taking medicines as prescribed and making lifestyle changes that your doctor recommends can lower the chance of a graft becoming blocked.
When it's a complication of the CABG cases or any other critical surgery, Renew provides holistic rehabilitation to ensure increased mental and physical strength as well as an improved confidence and quality of life. In people who are candidates for the surgery, the results are usually excellent, with 85 percent of people having significantly reduced symptoms, less risk for future heart attacks, and a decreased chance of dying within 10 years following the surgery.

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