Procedure For Heart Bypass Surgery?
Hello, daddy I want a heart bypass surgery. Does it really have to go through checking into ENT, internal medicine, pulmonary poly and dental poly? Please answer, tq 🙂
Hello Lia, thank you for asking.
Coronary artery bypass surgery, known as the abbreviation CABG, is a type of major surgery that is quite risky. Therefore, the patient must be in a stable condition. That is, in addition to problems with the heart and blood vessels, all functions of the patient's organs must be in a stable condition. For example, diabetic patients, before undergoing CABG, blood glucose levels must be controlled within the normal range. Each hospital has different standard operational procedures. If indeed the examination is in accordance with standard procedures, it means that all patients must go through it.
The condition of the lungs and all organs in the chest and abdomen must be in optimal condition. There must be no infection anywhere, including the ENT system and teeth. Infection will increase the risk of postoperative sepsis shock. Therefore, it is best to follow standard procedures so that the risk of side effects or complications can be minimized.
Thus the information I can give, may be useful. Regards.