One of Relative was admitted to hospital after he got unconciuos. After doing all the test including ngogram doctor is recommending to perform bypass surgery . His NGOGram report is: Left Main Artery- Dismal segment 50-60% block, Mid Segment 90% block, 70% disfuse dises at distant segment Right Artery - Left Circumflex 100% block Main Summary - Double Vessel Diseses, Mild LV Dys Function Want to know if we should go for bypass surgery or by excersie or other means this condition can be cured
He is having wide spread atherosclerosis disease.He must be having some other risk factors also.Looking to the report you should move as per the cardiologist advise.Exercise and medicines will still be needed after bypass also.
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