Can I prescribe beta blockers in post-coronary artery bypass surgery with LBBB patient?

Yes. Beta blockers are strongly indicated in a post CABG patient. The vast majority of patients with a left bundle branch block (lbbb) will tolerate them well. If there are other arythmias (second degree heart block etc) much more care would need to be taken.
Yes depending . None of those are contraindications, but as always it's risks vs benefits as it applies to the individual patient.

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How is a coronary artery bypass surgery (cabg) done?

Complex, routine. With or without a heart-lung machine to isolate the heart from the circulation, conduits like vein segments or arteries are placed from the aorta (oxygenated blood) to the target artery beyond the blockage site, thus restoring oxygen to the heart muscle. If suitable, off-pump procedures can be used, though uncertain how much is gained with that less traumatic technique. Read more...
Carefully. Bypass surgery involves connecting a new tube ( artery or vein) to a coronary artery past a blockage. It is done on a stopped heart using the heart lung machine or on a beating heart by stabilizing the heart with certain devices. Read more...

How long does it take for patient to fully recover after coronary artery bypass surgery?

3months. About 3 months. Patients enrolled in a cardiac rehab program recover quicker and maintain a higher level of function. In addition they have fewer complications in the future. Read more...
It depends. Everyone recovers at a different rate, but to fully recover usually takes several months. Don't rush it - use common sense and work with your doctor to optimize your recovery. Read more...

How long is it supposed to it take for patient to recover fully after coronary artery bypass surgery?

Six weeks. Assuming a routine cabg, full recovery is usually about 6 weeks. Sometimes memory and concentration issues due to anesthetic or the heart lung bypass machine may persist a bit longer. If the procedure was a minimally invasive surgery with or without robotic components, the recovery may be shorter. Cardiac rehab may be worthwhile up to 12 weeks post operation. Read more...
6-8 weeks. It takes about 6-8 weeks for the breastbone to heal completely. After that, most physical activities are possible. One can still have pain in the chest area for many months afterwards, as the nerves that supply the skin that was cut for surgery grow back. In addition, the psychological effects of the surgery and coming to terms with having been through this, can take a much longer time. Read more...

How much blockage must there be of coronary arteries to be recommended for bypass surgery versus just getting stent?

Not about degree . it is not about the degree or percentage of blockage. It is about the location or number of areas that have disease. There are also other factors that play a role such as history of diabetes or poor heart function. Most commonly: if the left main artery or all three of the major coronary artery's have significant blockage then surgery is recommended. Read more...