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Heart surgery is a necessary treatment to replace or repair blocked coronary artery of heart by the process known as coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG). During this process, the deceased artery is replaced with the healthy one from another part of the body. The healthy artery is connected or grafted to the blocked one which will further normalise the blood flow (carrying oxygenated blood). It is a major process and thus patient's anxiety is directly linked up here. Since 2008, many best hospitals for heart surgery in Delhi and India have brought new dimensional tools and developed technologies which are less invasive and thus offers less trauma to the patient. Before this time, the chest is to be cut open and then the grafting was done.
Let's check out 9 interesting facts about heart surgery that you may not know:
Here are nine things you should know about open heart surgery:
1. The most common type of heart bypass surgery is coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG) and due to its acronym it is called as cabbage. According to NIH (National Institutes of Health), almost 80% of patients who had once in their lifetime CABG were angina-free for at least of 5 years. Angina is the feeling of discomfort at chest and causes heavy pain and it happens due to the reaching of low amount oxygenated blood to your heart muscle.

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About Rajeev Chaudhary Innovator   Surgivisor Is An Online Health Care Platform.

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