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Bypass Surgery (CABG)

Heart bypass surgery, or coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) surgery, is used to replace damaged arteries to improve blood flow around the blocked or narrow section in the arteries by supplying blood and oxygen to the heart. A surgeon uses blood vessels taken from another area of your body to bypass the damaged arteries. These arteries supply your heart with oxygenated blood.
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Overview

In a bypass surgery or coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) surgery, the surgeon uses blood vessels taken from another area of your body to bypass the damaged arteries. Heart bypass surgery, or coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) surgery, is used to replace damaged arteries to improve blood flow around the blocked or narrow section in the arteries by supplying blood and oxygen to the heart.  The arteries supply your heart with oxygenated blood. If these arteries are blocked or blood flow is restricted, the heart enables to work properly can lead to heart failure. If you looking for a bypass and want to know the surgery cost in India or have any other questions regarding the surgery, please feel free to contact our doctors and they will provide you with all the necessary details about medical tourism for heart disease in India.

Symptoms

It is the left and right coronary arteries that supply this blood and oxygen without any interruptions. But in cases sometimes a condition called atherosclerosis can cause the arteries to become narrow due to fatty acid build up around them. This is known as coronary heart disease. Coronary bypass surgery is performed usually in emergency situations, such as a heart attack if you’re not responding to other treatments. Same as other parts of our body, the heart requires a regular supply of blood and oxygen.

A severe case of atherosclerosis occurs with the supply of oxygen-rich blood to the heart, causing chest pain and an ailment called angina. A cardiologist will recommend an open heart bypass surgery in the following cases:

  • When are Artery are blocked and are unable to treat using medication or with artery-opening procedures like angioplasty
  • If you have been through a formerly failed angioplasty, surgery might be the only option.
  • When the heart muscles are falling short of oxygen even with the slightest activity or during rest- A severe case of angina.
  • Noticeable blockages in more than one artery that supplies blood to the heart.

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