bypass operations

bypass operations

A surgical procedure to restore continuity of flow of blood, intestinal contents, cerebrospinal fluid, urine, etc, when a body tube or conduit is obstructed. Arterial bypass operations on the coronary arteries have saved many lives and relieved much distress.
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Contract award notice: Mining supply construction and pipelines as well as bypass operations on district heating pipes on the cmc foundation
Juan Pedro Franco, who has slimmed down to about 53st, had two gastric bypass operations.
Tribune News Network Doha A WEILL Cornell Medicine-Qatar (WCM-Q) researcher has helped to demonstrate that gastric bypass operations lead to maintenance of weight loss as well as remission and prevention of type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol 12 years after the surgery.
LAHORE -- The Cardiac Unit at Mayo Hospital has been made fully functional, where Cardiac Surgeon Dr Raja Pervaiz Akhtar conducted eight successful bypass operations during the last two weeks.
LAHORE -- The Cardiac Unit at Mayo Hospital has been made functional, where Cardiac Surgeon Dr Raja Pervaiz Akhtar conducted eight successful bypass operations during the past week.
Raja Pervaiz Akhtar has been appointed in the Cardiac Unit, who has performed eight successful cardiac bypass operations within a week.
Sydney, July 15 ( ANI ): Scientists are working to develop a drug treatment that might replace gastric bypass operations in order to help obese patients lose weight.
Researchers at Yamaoka's laboratory used the new vessel in femoral artery bypass operations in five miniature pigs, bridging large arteries in their right and left thighs.
But it insisted the Trust had other surgeons capable of carrying out gastric bypass operations and patients would be reassessed by other doctors.
Coronary bypass operations decreased by 38 percent per capita in U.S.
So when a 2009 review of 541,368 coronary bypass operations performed in 745 U.S.
Those who had undergone bypass operations were more likely--74 percent--to be referred.