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Anyone who has been diagnosed with clogged arteries may benefit from CABG surgical procedures at MediTour.
CABG stands for coronary artery bypass graft surgery. Pronounced "cabbage," the procedure improves flow of blood to the heart muscle. CABG surgery is often recommended to those diagnosed with severe coronary heart disease caused by plaque buildup inside the arteries that supply blood to the heart muscle.
Pre- and Post-Op Care
Before you undergo a CABG procedure, you'll need a variety of tests, which will include:
• EKG (electrocardiogram)
• Blood tests
• Chest x-rays
• Cardiac catheterization
• Coronary angiography
The CABG procedure takes between 3 to 5 hours, but duration depends on the number of arteries that need to be bypassed. Following the surgical procedure, you'll spend 1 to 2 days in an ICU (intensive care unit). There, your blood pressure, oxygen levels, and heart rate will be checked continuously throughout your recovery period, and you may be asked to wear compression stockings to help to prevent blood clots from forming.
You'll leave the ICU to be placed in a traditional hospital room, where you'll stay anywhere from 3 to 5 days before discharge. Patients can inspect a 6 to 12 week recovery and recuperation period following the surgical procedure, mostly with in-home care and follow-ups with your primary care provider.
Risks and Complications
A CABG procedure is a major form of surgery, and may come with some, though uncommon risks. Risks may include but are not limited to:
• Adverse reaction to anesthesiology
Who Should Consider CABG Surgery?
• Individuals who have been diagnosed with arterial blockage or damage to the heart may benefit from CABG surgery.
• Individuals experiencing angina, or chest pain due to such blockage are also candidates for the surgical procedure.
• Individuals with complicating disease conditions such as diabetes may also benefit from CABG surgery to help reduce the risk of heart attack.
|Remark||Hospital Stay||Length of Stay||Price $|
|Single Room*3 days ICU/6 days room||9 days||15-20 days||$9000|
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