Heart attack vs bypass

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Avatar f tn t get exactly that there is no way in medicine science without bypass surgery as now i m living more hectic life befr heart. attack doing walk n exercises and no hard feelings then what are the measurement for such major surgery.how i can feel that now the bypass surgery is needed.A doctor asked me that if u r living normal life den no nees of surgery bcz surgery is also for ur normal life. what can i do for myself??
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Avatar n tn Those who received stents did not show a reduction the risk of heart attack, hospitalization for acute coronary syndrome, or the composite of heart attack, stroke and death, but they did have a greater reduction in chest pain than those who received medical therapy alone".
Avatar m tn Each time he has the stents added, 3-4 days later he has a heart attack. Could his body be rejecting the stents and is bypass an option? Also, he is in 3rd stage kidney failure, are the stent procedures further damaging his kidneys?
Avatar n tn Hi my name is frank for 2 months i had pain in my stomach that was burning and worked all the way up to my jaw i finnually called the doctor ekg was bad sent me to er got angograhm lad was 90% and a another atery was 75 they wanted to do bypass i beg for stents they said it was like building a house with thumd tacks they told me with in days if i did not get a bypass i could have a end of life heart attack because lad normally causes death also my heart attact was a non ste heart atta
Avatar f tn My father had a heart attack 23 yrs ago followed by a quadruple bypass. He has taken great care of his health with exercise and healthy vegetarian diet. He had a stress test done in 1994 that was positive. He is 73 now. He had a dobutamin stress echocardiogram and the Dr interpretaion is as follows: Patient had angina at peak stress; Max heart rate 126 BPM and B. P. 150/70 mm Hg noted at peak stress of 40 mcg/kg/min dobutamine + 0.3mg Atropin.
Avatar m tn But there is something unclear and that is having a heart attack and no heart muscle damage and an EF 60%. A heart attack by definition is heart muscle damage, and heart muscle damage reduces the EF. Husband's EF is normal and no heart cell damage. I wasn't as lucky, I had heart cells as it turns out to be only stunned and brought back function normally with a better blood supply and my EF was below 29%. .
Avatar m tn I had a heart attack in 2009 and was life flighted to the Tx Medical Ctr. I was evaluated by an excellent group of doctors, debating intervention or invasion. The surgeons performed CABG X 3. Quick recovery, but never experienced lack of chest pain when exercising, which was noted for 2 years in my follow ups. Just had a cardiac cath and 3 stents were placed. Original CABG: 1 non performing, 1 compromised, 1 ok.
Avatar n tn s hard to say without any further info, but if you did have a heart attack in the past, then the likelihood of recovery in very low to none. If there was no heart attack and that area is in a "sleeping mode" then having a catheterization and potential stenting vs. bypass surgery could definitely help. Either way, it is important however that you get good treatment to prevent any further decrement.
Avatar f tn hi,i had a massive heart attack bk in june2010 im 36yrs old ive got 2 stents back in july i has another angiogram when they went up there to look at my stents the doctor told me i might need bypass so why are these drs not going to do it? also they never listened to me b4 i had my heart attack.im confused i dont knw what to do..anything would help....
Avatar n tn After a massive heart attack the doctors said that my veins are too thin for a quadruple bypass and are recommending a defribillator.
Avatar m tn My dad has a heart attack last friday..yesterday he had any operation at his back through any pipe and today he got a leave frm d hospital..if sme1 knw about such operation pls tell me briefly about it,what is d future risks for my dad..
Avatar n tn I had heart attack in Oct 2008, since then my leg kills after walking only a short distance, what can it be? I had a vascular study done and there was no pressure what is that? In the am I take aspirin, lisinipril, calcium, metropolol, zantac,methimizole, and plavix could any of these be causing it? In the PM I take calcium, metropolol, zantac, and lipitor(40) could this be doing it?
Avatar n tn Both of my parents underwent 4 way bypass surgery at 73 years of age, mother after a heart attack and father after he failed a stres test. Both are alive and never better 8 years later. their doctor told them it added 15 - 20 years to their lives. Neither of them are diabetic though so I don't know how that changes things. Good Luck!
Avatar n tn I have had cardiac bypass sugery 9 months ago . I have been having chest pains a couple of days really bad. I'm mot sure if I have had a heart attack. Could you please advise me on what I should do.
Avatar f tn fariha u have alot learning abt heart .me also suffered fem heart attack and have blockage of main artery and also blessed by ALLAH having natural bypass butt doctors still recommend me bypass surgery.i m not willing for this.is it possible by medicines??
Avatar m tn However, I was not so lucky with the bypass option later in the same year to treat a different vessel. My triple bypass only lasted three months so it failed basically before I had even healed up from surgery. My LAD was opened with stents last year, but I am not sure why cardiologists feel that bypass surgery is more beneficial with the LAD. You should also remember that the choice at the end of the day is yours and if you feel unhappy with the decisions made, seek further opinions.
Avatar f tn i suffered severe heart attack 2 months ago and now doctors suggest. me bypass surgery.my main artery is working 30% and rest arteries are in gud condition.and i got natural bypass which is gud sign told me doctors butt still they suggest me surgery.is there any solution by medicines and changing lifestyle?