Cardiac Surgery

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Hi, soon my father got sick and had to take him to the hospital. Because he had an arrhythmia of the heart and a bit of a sick thing, but it was not like that until now. He was a very holy man, and he couldn't do it. The hospital stabilized him, but the research shows there was a problem with the mitral valve of the heart and they said it would be good to operate because it gets worse with time. So is my question a very risky operation? I know that recovery is a long one, and it lasts for at least three months. They generally say that the valve itself can only be subject to reconstruction without changing which is the best option. Thank the people who will answer:)

Last Updated
May 19, 2020