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Recovery after bypass surgery
It certainly can be a urinary tract infection, but the way a CABG is performed often leads to a lot of fluid administered during the operation, which your father's body is now getting rid of. If so, that is a good sign and shows his heart and kidneys are working just fine! In any case, I'd recommend a urinanalysis and culture to make sure.
Hope this helps,
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