Activities Permitted After Cardiac Ring Surgery?
Do you have to work if you have installed the heart ring?
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The procedure of placing a ring / stent on the heart arteries is an action to open a blockage or dilate the heart arteries to restore blood flow / supply to the heart. This procedure is usually done in people with coronary heart disease.
After doing the ring / stent installation does not mean the patient has completely recovered. After the procedure at least in the first week the patient is not allowed to do strenuous activities, drive alone, or exercise. For daily activities the doctor will recommend to do it slowly and not in a hurry given there are several risks of such actions before.
Some risks are actually the same as other surgical procedures such as bleeding, blood clots, heart attacks, drug allergies, narrowing of blood vessels, blood vessel infections, etc.
To better understand the procedure of the stent / ring attachment, you can discuss directly with your chosen cardiologist.
Right now what you can do is:
Not that it can not work, but in daily activities the patient must slowly and gradually remember the condition of blood vessels that are still fragile. Regularly consult a cardiologist, to monitor the progress of therapy in accordance with a predetermined schedule. Eat and drink nutritiously, avoid foods high in fat because it can trigger the formation of plaque in the heart's blood vessels. Avoid smoking and drinking alcohol. That's all the answers I can give, hopefully I answer.
Thank you very much :)