How much do it cost to have cardiovascular heart surgery in this hospital?

Not enough info. Depends on a lot of things. What surgery, what insurance, where you live, will there be any additional problems? It's hard to tell.

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A friend of mine was in the hospital, and she said she had to get an ablation on her heart. What does that mean? Is that like open heart surgery?

Ablation. In this procedure a device is introduced into the femoral artery in the groin and treaded up to the heart. The device has an RF tip (radio frequency) which can be used to burn the superficial tissue in the heart in the attempt to disrupt aberrant pathways. These pathways are causing an irregular heart rate. Once these pathways are carefully mapped the cardiologist ablates the abnormal pathways. Read more...

My sister had an open heart surgery onths ago now she is in hospital with congestive heart failure what's the chance to survive?

Ask her doctor. With her permission. We do not have enough information to make that assessment. Her cardiologist is in the best position to make that assessment. Wish you and her the best. Read more...
Multiple variables. Survival in this setting depends on the amount of cardiac damage (lv function), upon the severity of CHF symptoms, the associated systemic tissue perfusion, and other comorbidities (like renal function, diabetes, bp, and cardiac arrhythmias that might be present. Overall, the pre-bypass heart function coupled with such comorbidities will dictate long term prognosis.Respiratory status. Read more...
Depends. Sorry your sister is sick. Prognosis with heart failure depends on a lot of things like age, other illnesses, heart function, the reason for the heart failure, and the extent to which this can be addressed. Read more...

Father in the hospital with a bacterial infection in his toe, possibly in bone. What tests can be run to confirm this prior to amputation? He needs heart surgery so they want to be sure no infection.

They will. Probably do X-rays with bone windows of his toe to look for infection in the bone. If they really can't tell maybe a bone scan but that probably won't be needed . Read more...
MRI. x-rays and an MRI will usually indicate if there is a bone infection. Read more...
Circulation OK? In addition to diagnosing his osteomyelitis (bone infection) they need to make sure his circulation is OK. This can be done by physical exam to make sure he has good pulses or doing a non-invasive arterial exam. . Read more...

Could a person exposed to meningitis during heart surgery, who got very ill and had a 2 month stay in the hospital, have had undiagnosed meningitis?

Unlikely. There is only one form of meningitis that is communicable and that one is almost always fatal. Meningitis is relatively easy to diagnose so if someone were in a hospital for 2 months, the diagnosis would very likely be made and treatment given. Read more...

Anxiety regarding going under the knife. Heart surgery sched. At the end of this month. What kind of mental therapy is avail. In a hospital?

Surgery anxiety. is certainly understandable. See a mental health professional prior to surgery to prepare. Systematic desensitization or clinical hypnosis can be very helpful. In the hospital you might consider speaking w/someone from the pastoral care department if you have a spiritual or faith-based aspect to your world view. Peace and good health. Read more...
Multiple resources. Start by talking to your cardiologist and surgeon and making them aware of your feelings. They may have patients you can talk to who have already been through the procedure. Also they may already have a psychiatrist or psychologist they work with because you are not alone in your anxiety and because depression is a common post op problem,usually temporary. Read more...

I'm 52 m from india. Had heart surgery (cabg + mvr) in october, 2012. Current INR 2.10, BP - 114 / 74. How much salt per day should I take?

High blood pressure? If you don't have hbp, and i assume following surgery that you don't have congestive heart failure, you don't need to restrict your salt. A normal diet has 4-6 grams of sodium chloride and that should be fine for you. Read more...
4-6 gram sosiim. Low sodium early then 4-6 gram is asequate. Read more...