Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting


Coronary artery bypass surgery (CABG) under epidural anesthesia is demonstrated in this video. Patient remains concious during the surgery. Valve replacements and other open heart procedures are also done routinely without giving general anesthesia. This method avoids postoperative ventilation and gives adequate analgesia in postoperative period with stable hemodynamics.

Video provided by: Kshitij Dubey, MD


  1. Neurologic & Cognitive Effects of CABG | Physician's Weekly - [...] with no vascular risk factors when compared with those who have many vascular risk factors. (click here to see…

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