Is there any chance of heart not re starting once surgeon stops it in coronary bypass surgery for young patients?

Rare and . Usually only in a very bad heart to begin with!. Most start right up as warm blood is returned to the coronary circulation sometimes electrical defibrillation is used as a n adjunct.

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In coronary bypass surgery which blood vessels supply the wall of the heart with blood?

See below. The Left anterior descending with its branches, diagonals and septal perforators, the left circumflex with its branches, obtuse marginals, and the right coronary artery with its branches, especially the posterior descending and posterolateral branches. Read more...

What is the patient criteria for minimally invasive coronary bypass surgery?

Anatomy. It would largely depend on the coronary anatomy and location of the target vessel/s and the surgeon -- not the patient criteria. Read more...
Anatomy of disease. Where the blockages are in the coronaries can determine whether a patient is a candidate for minimally invasive cabg. More experienced surgeons may be able do minimally invasively what some other surgeons cannot. Sometimes a minimally invasive approach is not the safest way to do the surgery. Read more...

When was the first open heart coronary artery bypass surgery?

May 2, 1960. By robert goetz at the albert einstein college of medicine in new york. Vladimir p. Demikhov, a russian, had done much experimental work in animals in the early 1950's. Read more...
Sometime in 1960. Click on history:http://en.M.Wikipedia.Org/wiki/coronary_artery_bypass_surgery#section_1 but also look at dr green in new york ( as i recall) that popularized this procedure. Read more...