Minimally Invasive Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting

Minimally Invasive Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting

Cardiovascular Surgery Centre in Turkey

Name of the patient
Jumaa Hussein Elwan from Iraq

Age of the patient
70 years

Chronic diseases
Diabetes- Blood pressure

Diagnosis
Chest pain- Chest Tightness- Heart attack

Required Surgery
Minimally Invasive Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting

Medical team
• Prof. Dr. Mustafa Belke Erdogan
• Medical Director Hasan Kasımoglu

Medical report of patient condition

The patient had chest pain, chest tightness, and heart attack. After medical reports were submitted by the patient, the Board of Physicians convened in the Department of Cardiovascular Surgery. A primitive treatment plan was given, namely, that the patient should come immediately to the hospital to perform coronary arterial replacement of the heart using the technique of “Minimally Invasive Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting “The Board of Physicians in the Department of Cardiovascular Surgery reports that the patient has a blockage in three of the arteries of the heart and needs surgery as soon as possible.

 Diagnosis of the patient

After the patient was admitted to the hospital and due to the emergency of his status, a diagnostic catheter was immediately performed and it was explained that the patient had three coronary arteries obstructed in the heart. This condition cannot be opened by interferometric radiation, stent structure, or other means. The decision was made by the doctors that the patient needed to switch the coronary arteries directly, with minimally invasive coronary artery bypass grafting.

Information about “Minimally Invasive Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting” surgery

  • The patient was hospitalized and all blood tests, examinations and radiology were performed.
  • The medical file on the patient’s condition was prepared and the decision was taken about the heart surgery.
  • The replacement of coronary arteries without opening the chest will be done using modern techniques named “Minimally Invasive and it is a closed operation.
  • The patient is connected to an artificial heart and lung machine, and the duration of the operation lasts from four to six hours
  • Routine follow-up after the operation, and the artificial respirator is isolated, and the patient is followed up in intensive care for one night only.
  • On the second day, the patient’s general analysis is performed. If the patient’s condition is good, he is taken out of the intensive care unit. Then, the patient is converted into a cardiac surgery floor and generally followed up in the department for 4-5 days.
  • If the patient’s condition is generally stable, he is discharged from the hospital, and a review date is set, which is after a week in order to remove the stitches, where the patient is clinically examined and if his condition is normal, he is allowed to travel.

And thanks to God, the patient’s situation during the operation and the follow-up was very stable, and we had a complete success rate and now the patient is in good health. We wish the patient a healthy life.

 

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