Coronary Bypass Surgery – MedStar Union Memorial

Coronary Bypass Surgery - MedStar Union Memorial

Coronary Bypass Surgery - MedStar Union Memorial

Coronary Bypass Surgery - MedStar Union Memorial

Coronary Bypass Surgery - MedStar Union Memorial

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In 2011, our doctors performed more than 880 open-heart surgeries and 6,100 catheter-based procedures, including nearly 2,000 angioplasties. MedStar Union Memorial performs a higher percentage (94 percent) of beating-heart bypass surgeries than any other hospital in the nation.

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Coronary Bypass Surgery - MedStar Union Memorial

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In 2011, our doctors performed more than 880 open-heart surgeries and 6,100 catheter-based procedures, including nearly 2,000 angioplasties. MedStar Union Memorial performs a higher percentage (94 percent) of beating-heart bypass surgeries than any other hospital in the nation.

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19 thoughts on “Coronary Bypass Surgery – MedStar Union Memorial

  1. This is awesome. A little difficult to decipher exactly whats what, but its
    cool to learn about this in class and seen it put into action. 

  2. Hi all, yesterday my brother was operated for open heart surgery and it was
    very painfully me as well but by god grace the doctor work is good enough
    to save him and he is back to normal…. really we salute the profession of
    doctor to save our life may god gives them more courage and god bless
    them…

  3. Thank you for posting such an amazing and detailed video. I had the wires
    also, I had NO pain after being released from intensive care a few days
    later and I was sitting up with the drainage tubes still intact then maybe
    2 days later I was out of bed and walking laps alone 2x a day in the
    Hospital floor, the Nurses were amazed, now 11 years later I ride my bike
    30 miles each way to my Cardiologists office for the annual visit– 

  4. Amazing work! Medicine has come a long way and it’s fascinating how such
    complicated procedures can be done to repair the human body in major ways.
    I can’t wait to see the progress we make in the future. I hope to go to
    college, learn all I can learn, and become a part of it. Maybe I will play
    a big role in the next medical revolution, haha.

  5. This is my dream, to do surgery, do look at bare heart and do, actually,
    help people with cardiac problems. In personal statement we put “Help
    people” just to be accepted, but here I truly saying, this is my dream to
    become a surgeon. This is awesome. I enjoyed this video and 2 burgers
    during it!

  6. This stuffs truly amazing. How fast yet smoothly, and efficiently this
    whole crew works and operates. And you can sense his composure in his voice
    as if its easy. They know what theyre doing. Im a mechanic who makes a
    FRACTION of the money they make but these guys are basically mechanics of
    the human body and they sure deserve
    every penny of their sky high salary, if not more!

  7. To be honest, the most unpleasant part of the surgery for most beginner
    surgeons is actually at the very beginning when they make the incision. It
    smells awful. But everything else is ok. You get used to the smell
    eventually too.

  8. Those pads they put in towards the end are not removed? or the vid just
    ended before they remove them. They look like pads to absorb fluids.

  9. I’m astonished; what vain did they repurpose…and how is it not crucially
    necessary from it’s previous role?

    Daily we interact with members of our species who frustrate us–but then
    there are these heroes. Thank you for the excellent commentary and
    contribution to us all. 

  10. You guys are the REAL heroes of this world.
    I came here because my father had a bypass surgery last week and I had this
    curiosity to see what happens exactly. I don’t believe in God but looking
    at you giving life to someone actually puts my faith in humanity.
    Thanks a lot for doing what you do.
    God Bless You

  11. jesus….I couldn’t get more then 3 mins in, it’s amazing to hear about the
    advances made in the medical field, but the reality of the actual
    procedures is just…wow…

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