Will any doctor say consuming little alchohol is safe for a bypass heart surgery done patient?

Freedom of speech. I'm pretty sure you can find one to say that for you if that's what you're looking for. Remember, alcohol is a toxic and a known cause of cancer. But i'm sure someone will exercise their freedom of speech and say that.
Likely . A little alcohol (e.g. Half a glass of wine or less) may be safe in a post-cardiac bypass patient and even suggested as beneficial by some studies in coronary artery disease. Medication interaction with alcohol intake is another concern which your doctor can further discuss with you.

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Subsequent to heart surgery patients suffers acute renal failure, dialysis done breifly then low b.P occurs now dialys?

Depends . Very low blood pressure sometimes hurts kidney function. The need for dialysis in the acute hospital setting is determined by complications of poor kidney function. Your physician can help explain this in the context of the specific patient. Read more...

Why do hair fall to a open heart surgery patient with two volves replaced?

Telogen Effluvium. Hair loss by telogen effluvium happens when trauma of some kind adversely affects the body, and forces hair into the telogen stage. This hair will first start to thin, and then fall. It is common after surgery, to develop a telogen effluvium where the hair goes into a shedding phase. The telogen effluvium usually lasts for 6-12 months. Read more...
It's complicated. Hair loss can happen for a number of reasons, lots of them unrelated to surgery. However, the stress and trauma of surgery, as well as medications to treat heart problems or blood pressure, or anemia after surgery can contribute. You should see a doctor if you are concerned. Read more...

Hello my 8 year olf daughter had heart surgery in 2009 to repair the mitral valve. This was sucessful. Last monday. Doctors found a vegitation?

Heart surgery. Vegetation generally implies an acute or old infection. Talk to the drs. And get an explanation of what's going on. Read more...
Abnormal. Mitral repair needs correlation with symptoms and events. Recent dental work or abscesses. Fever, chills, weight loss and signs of acute infection. Presume it is acute and will be treated after blood cultures and finding any specific bacteria. Vegetations can be bacterial clusters and or fibrotic material hanging on the valve or supporting structures. Read more...

Is CABG (coronary artery bypass grafting) an open heart surgery or closed heart surgery?

Not necessarily. A CABG if done without cardiopulmonary bypass (cpb) does not require the heart to be opened, however most cabgs are done with cpb requires cannula placement in the heart. However, most people consider any surgery on the heart where the chest is opened open heart surgery. Read more...
Closed... The heart is not actually opened unless you are repairing a valve or aortic aneurysm at the same time. Some would consider it only closed if no heart-lung machine is used for the surgery. Read more...
Closed. While the chest is opened to get to the heart to do bypass surgery the heart is not opened. The arteries are on the surface of the heart and therefore approached directly. See picture. Read more...

Do some patients have altered mental status over a week past open heart surgery?

Yes. If properly tested with neuropsychological tests many patients have mild memory problems up to a year after ohs. Fortunately the vast majority have no obvious changes noticeable to them or their family members. Read more...