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Bypass Surgery, heart bypass surgery, or coronary artery bypass surgery is mainly operated to improve the flow of blood to your heart. A surgeon uses blood vessels taken from your leg, arm, or chest and connecting them below and above the damaged or blocked arteries in your heart. The heart doesn’t work properly in case these arteries are blocked or blood flow is restricted and also this can be a reason for heart failure. Blood flow to your heart is improved after coronary bypass surgery. Moreover, bypass surgery is one of the major options to treat heart disease and reduce your risk of dying of heart disease.

Types of Bypass Surgery

Your surgeon will recommend a specific type of bypass surgery that depends on how many of your arteries are damaged.

  • Single bypass. Only one artery is blocked.
  • Double bypass. Two arteries are blocked.
  • Triple bypass. Three arteries are blocked.
  • Quadruple bypass. Four arteries are blocked.

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The surgeon opens front of chest or making a cut in the left side of chest while giving anesthesia. For creating new channels to supply blood to the arteries, the arteries from the chest, forearm or vein are usually used. The surgery is generally completed within 5- 6 hours.

Advanced Heart Bypass Surgery Technology

You’ll assistance from the latest surgical technologies that provide excellent results for our patients that includes:

  • Hybrid Operating Room: To offer the least-invasive and extremely effective surgeries, specific surgical suite combines a catheterization lab with a fully equipped operating room.
  • Robotic-Assisted Surgery: Minimally invasive robotic surgeries allow a surgeon to without difficulty access hard-to-reach areas. This means a shorter and easier recovery for patients.


Surgeon normally have a range of options at their disposal to fix the blockage or damaged. Coronary artery disease can lead to heart attack and even death in case when left side untreated.

Surgeon may possibly try to resolve the problem of blocked or damaged arteries with medication and less-invasive procedures, such as a stent. Surgeon might select to perform heart bypass surgery when these options do not work or are not appropriate for an individual.  Heart bypass surgery is top most effective weapons against blocked or damaged arteries and the issues they cause. In medical terms, heart bypass surgery is known as coronary artery bypass graft (CABG). By surgeon, removing a blood vessel from another part of the body will not substantially affect blood flow in the area the vessel came from.

Frequently Asked Question

Heart bypass surgeries are risky but comparatively safe. Mostly surgeons operate hundreds of thousands of heart bypass operations each year and many of those who have the surgery get relief from their symptoms without requiring long-term medication. The more serious the heart disease, the higher the chances of complications.

Once a patient has completed the procedure, the chances of continuing your life after bypass surgery are close to being the same as for the population in general.

Usually, about 90% survive five years post-surgery and about 74% survive 10 years.

After bypass surgery, you will experience tired and sore for the first few weeks. You also may have some brief, sharp pains on either side of your chest. Additionally, your chest, shoulders, and upper back may ache. The cut in your chest and the area where the healthy vein was taken may be sore or swollen.

Patients who have had a heart or coronary bypass surgery and valve replacement are having life longer, healthy lives. In addition, successful valve replacements and coronary artery bypasses may need a re-operation over the time.


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