Coronary artery disease
Open heart surgery typically refers to traditional approaches to heart (cardiac) surgery that use large incisions in the chest to access the heart and perform repairs. The term “traditional” is used to differentiate these types of surgery from less invasive approaches that use smaller incisions or other endo-vascular techniques.
When is open-heart surgery needed?
Cardiac or Open heart surgery is used to:
- perform heart transplants
- perform coronary bypass surgery
- implant devices in or around the heart
- treat valve problems that cannot be treated with medication or other minimally invasive or noninvasive approaches
- treat some types of advanced heart failure
- correct defects in the structure of the heart
- improve the heart’s ability to pump blood
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