Tag: minimally invasive cardiac bypass graft

Cardiac Surgery Reinvented: Landmark Minimally Invasive Technique...

Most people are familiar with the complexity and critical nature of “open-heart surgery” — whether it’s a triple, double, or...

May 18, 2022

Minimally Invasive Care Helps Retired FIU Administrator...

After undergoing quadruple coronary bypass surgery, many patients might hesitate to display their scars. Not Larry Lunsford. He proudly shows...

February 17, 2022

A Better Approach to Cardiac Bypass Surgery:...

Learning you need cardiac bypass surgery can be worrisome. Fortunately, Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute offers a minimally invasive approach...

February 8, 2022

Runner, 67, has Bypass Surgery at Miami...

You have to be physically fit and free of health issues to complete 16 marathons (26.2 miles each) over eight...

November 2, 2021

Road Trip to Quick Recovery: Patient is...

Having survived a heart attack nearly six years ago, Cliff Watkin, 62, and his wife were living a comfortable retirement...

May 27, 2021

COVID Fears and Heart Surgeries: Making Progress...

An analysis of national data has found that the COVID-19 pandemic resulted in a substantial decline in overall heart surgeries...

March 10, 2021

‘Hybrid’ Coronary Bypass Surgery: Back to Normal...

Each year in the United States, at least 240,000 coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) surgeries are performed, according to statistics published...

July 17, 2020

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