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What are the chances of one surviving a triple bypass?

Very good. The average mortality rate after elective non-emergent CABG surgery nationwide is 2-3%. This rate goes up the sicker you are. Examples of higher risk are increasing age, weak heart, kidney disease, having surgery in the middle of a heart attack.
Great. The average risk of significant problems is 2-5%. Your other risk factors have to be taken into account including kidney function, lung function, heart function, and the like.