cardiac bypass

cardiac bypass

Use of a temporary mechanical pump to maintain the blood circulation during a heart operation or to assist the heart during a period of recovery from heart disease or surgery.
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Qureshi had initially developed a hernia at the site of an incision made for a 2003 cardiac bypass procedure.
The complex was to have facilities to perform coronary angiographies, cardiac bypass surgeries and chest surgeries as well as a cardiac catheterised laboratory.
The focus of the review is those heater-cooler devices intended to be used for cardiac bypass surgery and extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO).
The Golden Jubilee, run by the Golden Jubilee Foundation, have a world-class centre which provides treatments such as cardiac bypass surgery and heart transplants.
Raja Pervaiz Akhtar has been appointed in the Cardiac Unit, who has performed eight successful cardiac bypass operations within a week.
One thousand one hundred twenty six patients who could not afford surgical treatment were offered free treatment despite the fact that the cost of a cardiac bypass graft surgery is about two lac ninety thousand rupees.
Dr Tariq had been suffering from Diabetes since long and went under cardiac bypass a few months ago.
He said more than 10 operations of cardiac bypass were being conducted successfully daily.
Today, it is recognized world over as a centre of excellence providing the latest technology in Cardiac Bypass Surgery, Minimally Invasive Surgery, Interventional Cardiology, Non-invasive Cardiology, Paediatrics, Cardiology and Paediatrics Cardiac Surgery.
My mother works as a beautician in Kuwait after my father's imprisonment and recently she had cardiac bypass because she has to work harder to meet our expenses.
Its services include hi-tech coronary angioplasties, cardiac bypass surgeries, cutting edge laser interventions and restorative orthopedic procedures.