Myocardial Revascularization Surgery
- Myocardial infarction; Chronic Renal Insufficiency; Revascularization of the myocardium; Health of the elderly.
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Introduction: Acute myocardial infarction (AMI) is characterized as the cellular death of the muscle that involves the heart, causing ischemia, which is associated with the clinical presentation, presenting electrocardiographic compatibility and / or electrocardiographic changes typical of the reduction or interruption of blood flow to the myocardium. Myocardial revascularization (MRI) is a surgical procedure that connects mammary arteries, radial arteries, or saphenous veins. These “bridges” allow the blood to return to the coronary arteries preserving them, in any part of their follow-up. Objectives: To describe the casuistry of the patient with a diagnosis of acute myocardial infarction (AMI), developing for a post-surgical picture of chronic renal failure (CRI), including therapeutic management, specific care, criticism and referential confrontations. Methodology: This is a descriptive and casuistic study. The study was based on a review of recent and recent publications regarding the proposed theme, electronic search of articles and journals in the following databases: in the portal of CAPES and BIREME, LILACS, SCIELO, MEDLINE, conducting authors’ confrontation and exposition of a case carrying out the specific considerations. The data collection instrument consists of data collection and has as study period from May 2016 to September 2016. Results: Description and analysis of the clinical picture of the patient JJFG, male, 77 years old, hospitalized in a hospital of the private network , where he was hospitalized in this hospital for more than a hundred days. After the therapeutic interventions the patient presented decay in his clinical picture. With several associated complications that culminated in the death of the patient. Conclusion: The infection table and the old age were determining factors for the clinical decline of this patient.