Concomitant CABG and Innominate Artery Bypass

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Cardiac Surgery

Case description

Concomitant coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG) and innominate artery bypass is a surgical approach that addresses both coronary artery disease and vascular issues involving the innominate artery. CABG is a well-established procedure for treating blocked coronary arteries, improving blood flow to the heart muscle. In certain cases, when the innominate artery, a major vessel in the neck, is also compromised, simultaneous bypass procedures may be considered. This combined approach aims to restore blood flow to both the heart and the innominate artery, thereby addressing multiple vascular concerns in a single surgical intervention. The success of this procedure relies on careful preoperative assessment and surgical expertise to ensure optimal outcomes for patients facing complex cardiovascular issues.

tags: MirMohammad Hamidi Abolfazl Gholami Nazafarin Kamalzadeh Concomitant CABG artery bypass surgical video case surgical technique video Coronary Artery Disease blocked coronary artery cardiac surgery video surgical technique

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