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Old 04-17-2010, 12:56 AM   #1
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CABG or Medication

I hereby want to narrate the circumstances happened to the patient so far on 9th April 2010 at 11:30PM
Patient : Mr. Vishwanath, Age : 73yrs was breathless (Even unable to speak) followed by sweating.

I took him to Krishna Institute of Medical Sciences(KIMS, Hyderabad, India) where he was taken into the emergency ward for an hour and then they admitted him in ICCU. He was put on Oxygen and other medicines after which he was relieved with breathlessness etc.. The patient was shifted in the room on 11th April 2010 evening in normalcy, even now he is normal in all senses. On 11th night Dr., Rajendra Kumar Jain who is the Cardiologist in KIMS suggested for CAG to be conducted on 12th morning. On seeing the CAG report, the doctor suggested for CABG immediately but was to be held on saturday 17th April 2010. While preparing for CABG an Ultra Sound test was conducted on 14th April 2010, on the findings of that report it was suggested to conduct the CT Angio.

It was suggested by the doctors in the hospital that CABG cannot be conducted on the patient because of the high risks involved.

Now we are in dilemma, what best can be done if the CABG is not conducted.

We need your opinions on the above reports which are urgently required.

Need a genuine opinion.

Will mail you the reports with the Angiogram CD.

Jagmohan
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Re: CABG or Medication

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... It was suggested by the doctors in the hospital that CABG cannot be conducted on the patient because of the high risks involved.

Now we are in dilemma, what best can be done if the CABG is not conducted.

We need your opinions on the above reports which are urgently required.

Need a genuine opinion.
Sorry to hear about your dad. I hope that the doctors are able to provide a good outcome.

Perhaps someone else on Healthboards, who has suffered with the same types of Heart problems, can provide some useful information.

Regards, and best of luck!
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