Clinical Study of the Treatment of Coronary Heart Disease by Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting
Objective: To study and analyze the clinical effects on the treatment of coronary heart disease (CHD) by using coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG). Methods:to randomly select 68 patients of coronary heart disease as objects of the study and then to perform the CABG by using non-cardiopulmonary bypass (NCPB) and finally to summarize and analyze its clinical treatment effects. Results:all patients were operated under NCPB. The inspection result after operation showed that there was a significant improvement in myocardium blood supply that compared with before operation. 38 of these patients did not suffer hypoxia or myocardial hemorrhage. Conclusion:CABG is safe and effective for the treatment of coronary heart disease by using NCBP. If indications can be strictly controlled, in general, it is worthy for clinical application.