Redo ASD Closure in Patient with Previous CABG

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8 months ago
Cardiac Surgery

Case description

Surgical video case: the decision to redo an atrial septal defect (ASD) closure in a patient who has previously undergone coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG) would depend on the patient's specific medical condition and the advice of their healthcare team. It's essential for the medical team to carefully assess the patient's overall health, the condition of the ASD, and the need for further intervention. This is a complex medical decision that should be made by the patient's healthcare providers who have access to all relevant medical information. 

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