Keyhole bypass surgery

Keyhole or Minimally Invasive Direct Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery (MIDCAB) is a highly advanced surgical technique in treating various heart ailments. It is done through small keyhole-sized incisions aided by specialized surgical instruments instead of larger cuts in open surgeries. One of the main advantages of Keyhole bypass surgery is the tiny incision that is about 2 to 3 inches long, which enables less blood loss and faster recovery.

Keyhole bypass surgery

Who Needs A Keyhole Bypass Surgery?

Patients suffering from coronary heart disease with narrowed blood vessels would need Keyhole Bypass Surgery. However, not all patients are suitable for the procedure, and it depends on how many grafts or bypasses the patient would require.

How Is A Keyhole Bypass Surgery Performed?

A minimally invasive procedure, during the Keyhole Bypass Surgery the surgeon makes tiny incisions that are about approximately 2 to 3 inches long through which narrowed arteries are treated. In some cases, revascularisation of the LAD is done to avoid cutting through the breastbone.


Keyhole Bypass surgery is an emerging technology, and it is recommended depending on the patient’s condition.

It is done by an expert, extensively trained Cardiac surgeon.

  • Small incisions
  • Less blood loss
  • Faster recovery

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