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Breathing and sweating problem. Angiograme test showed severe native triple vessel disease. Should i go for CABG again?

Dear Doctor , My name is Guna , I have undergone bypass CABG surgery in 1997 . Now I have breathing and sweating problem . So I underwent Angiograme test . Its confirmed I have severe native triple vessel disease , patent lima to Om 1 and occluded svg grafts to LAD RCA PDA . My cardiologist says I have go undergo again CABG as the block is in the main vein and cannot do angioplasty . pl i need your adv
Asked On : Wed, 20 Jun 2012
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Thanks for your question

Your angiographic findings along with your symptoms suggests that you need to undergo intervention whether by stenting or CABG depending upon the severity of graft disease.

Studies suggest that CABG is superior treatment in severe disease

You need to discuss the pros and cons of each intervention modality with your doctor

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