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Chest pain. Angiography shows blocked grafts. Medicine or surgery needed? History of bypass surgery

Hi.. I am Manish from India, the query is for my mother aged 58 yrs. She had bypass in 2006 (three grafts), but recently she again had started experiencing pain in chest , after performing angiography , the report says 2 grafts are blocked out of three...So my query is can the blockage of artries can be cleared by medicine or one more bypass surgery or any other no risk alternative
Asked On : Wed, 28 Nov 2012
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after bypass venous graft may block after few years , if person get symptoms as your mother has now and angiogram shows blockage in that case graft can be stented or native artery block also can be stented and is depend on anatomy of coronary artery and will be decided by your cardiologist in consultation with you , so consult cardiologist and follow his advice .
give medicine regularly to your mother ,
good sugar control if she is diabetic ,
low fat diet ,
avoid exertion after food ,
avoid strain of any type
bypass will be last choice
take care
Answered: Thu, 29 Nov 2012
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