Minimally invasive heart surgery minimally invasive heart surgery involves making small incisions in the right side of your chest to reach the heart between the ribs rather than cutting through the breastbone as is done in open heart surgery minimally invasive heart surgery can be performed to treat a variety of heart conditions. Minimally invasive heart surgery has been used as an alternative to traditional surgery for the following procedures coronary artery bypass mitral valve repair mitral valve replacement aortic valve replacement atrial septal defects hybrid coronary revascularization. The benefits of minimally invasive cardiac surgery include smaller incisions smaller scars reduced infection risk less blood loss less pain shorter hospital stays stays after minimally invasive operations are from 3 to 5 days compared to 5 to 7 days for fewer physical restrictions patients . Minimally invasive heart surgery is also known as limited access coro nary artery surgery and includes port access coronary artery bypass pacab or portcab and minimally invasive coronary artery bypass graft midcab it is an alternative to standard bypass surgery cabg
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