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How long it will take to recover after bypass surgery? Is saying any bad news bad for the health of the patient?

Months, variable. Everyone is different. A lot depends on age, severity of illness and degree of vigor vs. frailty. On average younger people can expect to be back at full strength in 2-3 months. Over age 70, it is more like 3-4 months. The stronger you are going in to surgery, the quicker the recovery. It varies from person to person. . Read more...

Stiff neck bypass surgery: how long does it take to fully recover?

Not specific. Not specific answer you may be looking for but may be of general use, neck extension is significant during surgery: http://goo.Gl/xue0e. Read more...

How long does the needle byopsy procedure take and is it safe enough for someone who has had Aorta bypass surgery?

Needle biopsy. These procedures are extremely safe. Thousands are done every single day all over the country and the world. If you are on an anti-coagulant you will need to stop a few days before the procedure. Talk with your doctor. Read more...

How long does it take the bone fractures to fully heal after bypass surgery?

10 weeks. Fracture healing progresses at a rate of 8 to 10% per week for a period of 10 to 12 weeks. Having bypass surgery does not affect the rate of healing. Non steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (nsaids) and smoking are both associated with delayed fracture healing and heart problems. Although they may not accelearte fracture healing, vitamin d and calcium are important for healthy bones. Read more...
2 months. If you are referring to the sternotomy incision, that bone should be healed and you should be ok resuming full activity after 2 months. If you are having any discomfort after that time you need to see your doctor to make sure that you are healing, and that there are no complications. Read more...