Posted On Dec 26, 2019
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Heart by-pass surgery is performed to replace the damaged arteries in the heart and facilitate proper blood flow through the arteries. Blood vessels from another part of the body is used by the surgeon to repair and replace the damaged arteries. Coronary arteries supply oxygenated blood to the heart’s muscles. A blockage in the arteries restricts the blood flow and hampers the heart’s function. With recent technological advancements, the success rate of by-pass surgeries has significantly increased.
Recovering from heart by-pass surgery is usually a daunting task, however with the following 5 tips, you can recover fast and efficiently-
Recovering from heart by-pass surgery can take between six to twelve weeks even without any complications. Avoiding all heavy exertion, limiting physical activity as much as possible should be strictly followed. A healthy lifestyle and a proper diet will ensure that you have a healthy and speedy recovery.