Can triple bypass surgery be more dangerous off pump than on pump?

About equal. According to recent reports, long term results are about the same.
No, Not necessarily. A recently published trial demonstrated no difference between the two techniques. Either is safe in the hands of a surgeon experienced with either particular technique. There are advantages and disadvantages to either technique, but both are safe in experienced hands.

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I had triple bypass surgery 4 weeks ago can I have an alcohol drink now?

Probably ok. I do not know all the medications you are taking. However, modest alcohol consumption (1 drink daily) seems reasonable at this time. Please consult with your internal medicine doctor or cardiologist to confirm my suggestion. Read more...
Probably. I typically let my patients have a drink or two after they have stopped taking their narcotic pain medications. That happens usually around 2-3 weeks. Read more...
Ask your surgeon. Likely okay to resume small occasional quantities but have to monitor for interactions with your other medications. Read more...

My dad had triple bypass surgery last week he has contd to cough since the surgery. Is it normal after his bypass surgery? If yes, how long?

Cough. Bypass surgery by itself is not going cause cough, may be another reason for it. It could be from medication or infection or asthmatic reaction in the lung. Once the cause is identified and treated the cough should subside. Read more...