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Chances of coronary bypass being successful

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I have arthero sclerosis and have a situation, where I had quad by-pass 18 years ago. Now two ... and received an angiogram which showed that my illness is slowly progressing. A re bypass is not considered ...

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what if your bypass has stop working ...

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i had quadruple coronary bypass in early XXXXXXX i had also been a long term user (on and off ..., but also a nodule, which they have biopsied. what are the chances that the nodule is cancerous? they said ...

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Hi , This is Srinivas from India.My mother in law had a coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) surgery ... what are the chances for her survival as there are several complications? Thanks, Warm Regards, XXXXXXX ...

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I had a coronary bypass 5 weeks ago. My BP got too low 100's systolic and I got really dizzy on the medication. The DR. has me monitoring my BP and holding off on the BP meds. Last week around 3 am I woke up ...

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My mother got the severe heart blocked few weeks before.Doctor said she got 100% Blocks in 3 ,in the coronary arteries and they adviced usfor Bypass.Is there any chances of solve this problem without Bypass ...

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obviously is in very poor health. What are her chances of surviving a triple bypass? ...

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my dad is a cardiac patient and underwent in angiocardiogram recently and found that his left artery were blocked almost 90% in 2 places. he is also a diabetic patient. doctor advised for bypass ...

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goodevening doctor, my father 55 years old diadetic recently had a cardiac event and found triple heart disease and suggested a coronary bypass but my father afraid of this and refusing . so ...

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My father 67 years old chronic smoker had chest pain on 7th may was admitted to hospital after initial treatment his tests were satisfactory ...Echo report indicated blockage and when after 1 month angiogram test is done 3 artries are foun blocked...

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I had quintuple bypass surgery May 12, 2014. My echocardiogram on July 8 shows no change - my heart is still pumping 35% as it was prior to the bypass. My blood pressure is also still elevated and medication ...

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I was told by my cardiologist that I have a 70% calcification of my left main coronary artery... I just had the 2nd of 2 stents placed in prior bypass grafts in other coronary arteries. What procedure ...

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in the arteries. After test , report shows main left coronary arteries found normal & other three was found blocked up to 90% . I can t afford angioplasty & bypass surgery. please suggest what to do ...

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December 2010 my husband had an angiogram and had 6 stents placed in the left side of heart. Dr said he couldn t have bypass surgery because he didn t have any good target areas. He is having some ...

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Hi, may I answer your health queries right now ? Please type your query here... hI i AM 41 AND I HAD ATTCK AND DUE TO THAT lad 100% block due to age no bypass doc advice now may be i will be for six ...

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It is necessary to reduce the risks of future blocks. Bypass surgery corrects the current blocks; but doesn't prevent future ones from developing. Medicines prescribed to you are those that prevent new blocks. Besides medications life style changes as instructed by your doctor are must.

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It is cor0nary angiography by Ct scan. i.e. it is like x-ray and ct scan-noninvasive.

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You have BPH. And it can be made symptom free by surgery. Consult a urologist. He will also remove ur fear for prostate cancer.