What Is the Survival Rate for Open Heart Surgery?

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As of 2012, the survival rate for open heart surgery in the United Kingdom is between 96.8 % and 98.4 %. This is putting into account the risk factors for the patient as the operations are well done and administered by the doctors.
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Mortality depends mainly on patients' underlying health; operator and institutional experience (ie, number of annual procedures) also is important. In an experienced program, periprocedural
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Research shows that 98% of people typically do not have
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It is dependant on the patient. I had open heart surgery at age 52 and was told the chance of motality was less than 1% I know it goes up with age and poor health.
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As far as the husband or the child having heart problems, there would no relation to the surgery that the mother may have had as a child. I have never personally known of a woman
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