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Coronary Artery Bypass Graft (CABG) is the most commonly performed surgery. New routes around narrow and blocked arteries are created. It allows sufficient blood flow to deliver oxygen and nutrients to the heart muscles. It is advised for selected group of patients with significant blockages and narrowing of the heart arteries (coronary artery disease) – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting (CABG) (1)


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Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting (CABG)
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TABLE OF CONTENT
  • What is CABG?
  • How is CABG helpful?
  • Benefits
  • Complications after CABG
  • Risks Associated
  • How to prepare for the surgery?
  • CABG Procedure
  • Post-Operation
  • CABG in India
  • Cost of CABG in India

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WHAT IS CABG?
  • Coronary Artery Bypass Graft (CABG) is the most
    commonly performed surgery.
  • New routes around narrow and blocked arteries are
    created.
  • It allows sufficient blood flow to deliver oxygen
    and nutrients to the heart muscles.
  • It is advised for selected group of patients with
    significant blockages and narrowing of the heart
    arteries (coronary artery disease)

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HOW IS CABG HELPFUL?
  • Coronary Artery Bypass Graft helps in the
    following ways
  • CABG improves the oxygen supply and blood flow
    to the heart.
  • CABG Surgery completely relives or reduces angina
    symptoms in patients.
  • Also, it lowers the risk of heart attack or other
    heart problems.

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BENEFITS
  • The benefits of the CABG are as follows
  • Reduced risk of heart attack
  • Active and healthy lifestyle
  • Pumping ability of the heart is improved
  • Reduced CHD symptoms

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COMPLICATIONS AFTER CABG
  • Complications increase with
  • Diabetes
  • Chronic lung disease
  • Age (older than 70 years)
  • Poor heart muscle function
  • Chronic kidney failure
  • Disease obstructing the left main coronary artery

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RISKS ASSOCIATED
  • The risks associated with coronary artery bypass
    surgery are
  • Fever
  • Bleeding
  • Breathing problems
  • Infections

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HOW TO PREPARE FOR THE SURGERY?
  • The procedure starts with consultation
    appointments with your doctor.
  • A complete physical exam is conducted to
    determine your health status before the surgery.
  • Several pre-surgical tests like a coronary
    angiogram, electrocardiogram, blood tests, and
    chest X-rays may be conducted.
  • You are advised not to take certain drugs for a
    few days prior to the surgery, as it may cause
    more bleeding.
  • Moreover, you may be asked to constrain from
    certain activities like

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CABG PROCEDURE
  • An intravenous (IV) line is inserted into the
    arm or hand.
  • A device (catheter) will be put into your wrist
    and your neck to monitor your blood pressure and
    heart.
  • Your breathing, blood pressure, heart rate, and
    blood oxygen level will be monitored continuously
    by an anaesthesiologist during the surgery.
  • After you are sedated, a breathing tube will be
    put into your throat and you will be connected to
    a ventilator.
  • A long incision will be made into your chest and
    the sternum (breastbone) will be divided into two
    equal halves, lengthwise to expose your heart.

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  • Now, your heart will be temporarily stopped and
    a heart-lung machine will be used to circulate
    blood in your body.
  • Then a section of a healthy blood vessel will be
    taken by the surgeon from inside the chest wall
    or from the lower leg.
  • These healthy blood vessels will be connect the
    ends around the blocked artery to divert the
    blood flow.

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POST-OPERATION
  • After the surgery is successfully be over
  • You will be required to spend a few days at the
    Hospitals Intensive Care Unit.
  • Your breathing rate, blood pressure, and heart
    will be carefully monitored.
  • You will probably be discharged from the
    hospital within a week.
  • Recovery takes place within 6 to 12 weeks.

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CABG IN INDIA
  • WHY TO CHOOSE CABG IN INDIA?
  • Hospitals in India are equipped with latest and
    modern technologies that are at the same level as
    America and Europe.
  • The doctors, surgeons, specialists, and nurses
    are highly experienced that ensures best clinical
    care to all the patients, domestic and
    International
  • Non-Invasive investigations like the Stress
    Echo, Holter Test, Doppler, ECG, and
    Echocardiology are also available.
  • The hospitals have fully equipped recovery rooms
    and ICU

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COST OF CABG IN INDIA
  • The cost of the Coronary Artery Bypass Graft
    Surgery in India is only a fraction of the cost
    in other western countries like the US.
  • This lower cost of the treatment is the major
    factor that attracts patients from all over the
    world.
  • But, the cost varies as per the condition of the
    patient, facilities availed, diagnosis, etc.

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  • Factors affecting the final cost of CABG In India
    are as follows
  • Investigations evaluation required
  • Treatment Method
  • Type of Surgery
  • Other treatments required in conjunction with
    CABG Surgery
  • Room Category
  • Hospital fee

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Contact Us
  • MedMonks Medicare Pvt. Ltd.
  • Address 706, Pearls Business Park
  • Netaji Subhash Place, NSP,
  • New Delhi 110034
  • Ph No 91-7683088559
  • Email wecare_at_medmonks.com, medmonks_at_gmail.com
  • Website https//medmonks.com/blog/cabg-surgery-in
    dia-low-cost-best-hospitals

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