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Which Body Cavities Are Involved Coronary Bypass Surgery
Major surgery: It's one of the most commonly performed major operations. Routinely, surgery takes about 4-5 hours; hospitalization last 4-7 days on average. One recovers over 4-8 weeks with full recovery by 4-6 months. No driving for 6 weeks. The purpose is to help folks return to full function with normal life and is successful in the vast majority. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Anatomy of disease: Where the blockages are in the coronaries can determine whether a patient is a candidate for minimally invasive cabg. More experienced surgeons may be able do minimally invasively what some other surgeons cannot. Sometimes a minimally invasive approach is not the safest way to do the surgery. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I would like data on how scientists have studied the effectiveness of coronary bypass surgery. do you know where I could find this info?
Much written: There is a great deal written about this subject. Much more than I can possibly summarize here. I tried to find you a reference that will provide the basics. Check this out: https://onedrive.live.com/view.aspx?cid=2F8A515DD480D840&resid=2F8A515DD480D840%211444&app=WordPdf ...Read more
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