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Improved Heart Function after bypass surgery
Nonsense. While he certainly has damage to his heart, it is unknown what his future will be like. Often after successful coronary artery bypass surgery the heart function improves significantly; it happened all the time to patients I operated upon and they certainly lived a long time beyond "3 years".
However, it will be important to help him stay in the best shape possible, and there are all sorts of treatments for which he should be considered:
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