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Minimally Invasive Heart Bypass Surgery

Minimally invasive heart bypass surgery has many benefits over traditional surgery.
What is a Minimally Invasive Heart Bypass Surgery?
A minimally invasive heart bypass surgery includes the following steps:

Making a three to five inch long cut in the left part of your chest in between your ribs, which gives the surgeon the ability to reach the heart.

Once the small surgical cut has been made, muscles will be pushed apart

The costal cartilage, a small part of the front of the rib,  » Read more about: Minimally Invasive Heart Bypass Surgery  »