The goal of a coronary artery bypass surgery is to increase the blood supply to your heart muscle and thus help the heart pump blood more effectively to the rest of your body.
It is an effective procedure that is successfully performed in most cases. The majority of patients experience fewer symptoms following this procedure.
Now that you have viewed the presentation, it is your doctor's hope that you have a better understanding of the procedure, including its risks, benefits and alternatives. Based on your desires and expectations, you and your doctor can now make a shared decision about your health care.