Noida Sector 12

Noida Sector 11


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Coronary heart disease is a type of medical condition that does not allow the arteries to bring enough blood rich in oxygen to the heart. It majorly affects the significant coronary artery on the heart’s surface. Coronary heart disease usually occurs when cholesterol builds up inside the coronary artery lining and forms plaque. This plaque can block blood flow in the heart’s large arteries. Individuals may experience different symptoms.

To treat Coronary Heart Disease, Metro Hospitals is fully-equipped with cutting-edge technology and state-of-the-art infrastructure, including several modern techniques & procedures. Heart specialists and experienced surgeons at Metro Hospitals have performed & treated many patients while providing the optimum care & support.

There are two surgical methods majorly used to treat the condition – 

  • Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery

Coronary Artery Bypass surgery redirects blood around the section of a blocked artery in your heart. The process involves taking a healthy blood vessel from the legs or some other parts of the body, like the arm or chest, and joining it to the heart. This makes a new path for blood to flow in your heart. 

It does not cure heart disease but reduces the symptoms such as chest pain and shortness of breath. 

  • Hybrid Revascularization

Hybrid revascularization is a minimally invasive surgery. It combines minimally invasive Coronary Artery Bypass Graft surgery (CABG) and Angiography stenting procedure. This surgery is done to restore blood flow to the heart when there is a plaque buildup in the blood vessels. 

This procedure allows the surgeon to operate on the beating heart through a small incision in your chest. Hence, this eliminates the need to cut through the breastbone. The surgery takes place under the guidance of an HD camera and a monitor. 

Pre-Procedure Preparations

Before the procedures, you’ll need to visit the doctor first for a thorough discussion. During the consultation, the doctor may ask for previous health records, including any prescribed medicines or supplements you were taking. This is to diagnose your condition correctly.  

  • Once the doctor is aware of your medical history, they will put you through some tests such as x-rays, blood tests, etc. 
  • You’ll also be asked to stop smoking and drinking if you are into unhealthy habits. This is because smoking and drinking might lead to excessive blood loss during the surgery.
  • You’ll be stopped from taking any supplements or blood thinners and prescribed some necessary medications.

Benefits of the Procedure

The minimally invasive surgery performed at Metro Hospitals for treating Coronary Heart Disease has many benefits.

  • Tiny scars, usually hidden
  • Fewer wound infections and complications
  • Low risk of strokes
  • Short hospital stay
  • Restored strength and energy
  • Better lifestyle due to a healthy heart
  • Fast turnaround back to normal daily activities
  • Minimal pain after the surgery
  • It can be performed on a beating heart
  • Better heart function 


Coronary Heart Disease treatment is not for all patients. It is eligible for patients who:

  • Have 1-3 vessels that require to be bypassed
  • Have a higher risk of undergoing CABG surgery

Who is not eligible?

Coronary heart disease treatment surgery is not for those who have-

  • Severe heart failure
  • Cancer
  • End-stage lung disease
  • Diagnosis of active cancer
  • Cirrhosis accompanied by hypertension
  • Uncontrolled drug or alcohol addiction
  • Increased blood sugar level
  • High blood pressure
  • Severely damaged cognitive capacity
  • Crohn’s disease

It is important to know the post-op care tips as well. If any one of these is not kept in check, complications might occur:

  • Stop smoking
  • Manage your stress
  • Maintain the recommended weight
  • Monitor your Blood Pressure (BP) regularly
  • Monitor blood sugar and cholesterol levels

It is always advisable to visit the Metro Hospitals to consult the top cardiologists with years of experience in performing surgical heart treatments. Also, always follow your doctor’s protocol and advice to recover quickly and swiftly.