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Differences to consider if someone had heart disease for a long time compared to someone that was recently diagnosed.

Yes. New case may have reversible component.....old case is established damage. Read more...
Depends. On the type of heart disease, the complications and the severity of the disease. It is not possible to give an accurate broad statement. Read more...

Sir, my father is recently diagnosed with triple vessel heart disease, but the problem is he has blood serum creatinine is 2.2, can he do cabg?

CABG and creatinine. You father should be able to have a coronary artery bypass graft procedure. A creatinine level of 2.2 mg/dl indicates chronic kidney disease, not renal failure. If you father were medically inappropriate for the surgery, his physicians would not have offered it as an option. The best suggestion I have for you is to speak to them and get their opinions. Good luck. Read more...
Reasonably safe. Kidney dysfunction does pose an increased risk for surgery, as well as a slightly increased risk that after surgery dialysis will be needed, but a creatinine of 2.2 probably should not preclude surgery if it is otherwise indicated. Read more...
Yes. Yes. If there are significant blockages making him a candidate for bypass surgery it can be performed safely with a minor increase in risk. Read more...