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Coronary Revascularization

Coronary revascularization procedures, such as coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG), are undertaken to replace or repair arteries that have become blocked or damaged due to disease. Blockage in the coronary arteries can build up until it severely restricts normal blood flow. CABG surgery takes a vein or artery from another part of the patient’s own body to create a detour around the blocked and damaged sites within the coronary arteries. With this detour the heart is able to resume a healthy blood flow. We have excellent results performing the following types of CABG surgery:

On-pump surgery
Coronary bypass surgery as performed traditionally provides the patient with machine support to do the work of the heart and lungs.

Off-pump surgery (Beating heart surgery)

New technology has been developed to allow coronary bypass grafting to be performed on the beating heart, eliminating the need for the heart-lung machine in many patients.

Off pump surgery is the current trend of surgery at SGNHC

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