Good news for patients with heart disease in Pakistan
The good news for patients with heart disease is that now with the help of modern technology, chest bypass surgery is possible in Pakistan.
After the United States, England, Germany and Italy, for the first time in Pakistan, Assistant Professor Yasir Khakwani has successfully performed ‘Key Hole Bypass Surgery’ at the Multan Institute of Cardiology in Pakistan.
Over the course of 2 months, Dr. Yasir has performed successful 16-hole bypass surgeries.
Assistant Professor Multan Institute of Cardiology said that heart surgery is performed by cutting the breast bone and steel wires are used to connect the bones after which the patient had to rest in bed for 3 months.
He said that now the hole bypass has a 3 inch cut between the ribs and the patient goes home on the third or fourth day.
According to medical experts, this surgery also increases the chances of saving the life of the patient, not only less blood is lost during the operation but also the patient is able to lead a normal life after resting for a week after the operation.
Experts say that if a patient gets a chest infection after the old-fashioned bypass surgery, it can be fatal.
Keyhole surgery can perform 90% of heart complications in patients with a variety of complications.