Vascular Bypass Grafting

Bypass grafting is a surgery to divert blood spill out of one zone to another in a territory of blockage by reconnecting vessels. It is performed because of ischemia (lacking bloodstream) caused by atherosclerosis or other vascular diseases. In this system, a substitute channel is made for bloodstream by supplanting a harmed vessel. The unite is by and large taken from one's very own healthy region (autograft), or a graft material, for example, Teflon or Dacron. The life expectancy of a surgical bypass relies upon the health of the arteries, the type of graft used- natural vein graft last longer than synthetic ones.

 

  • Track 1-1 Myocardial protection
  • Track 2-2 Cardioplegia
  • Track 3-3 Retrograde cardioplegia
  • Track 4-4 Iliofemoral bypass
  • Track 5-5 Combined CABG and valve surgery

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