I would like to know, how a person with heart failure, lung collapsed, kidney not functioning well, would survive? what is the rate of survival? and that person has done a biventricular pacing surgery. right now in a very critical state. what is the cost for check up after heart transplant according to this person's condition? would there be any chance, the person will get back in normal? I heard of that person's doctor to do VAD but doing VAD will risk the person's life as well. and the cost is unbelievably high.
the cause of the heart failure .. he had the heart disease for 6 years . but he hid it until now , he's in CCU . he's also a smoker . but he quited a few months ago . now , he's not responding well and the doctors said , put him at rest . his heart shape is so irregular , the doctors were impressed he could make it this far . can he ever pull through ? :S
now his BP is also very low . his heart stop beating sometimes :/
ohh , and they didn't do the VAD . due to lots of infections spreading and he's in a state of a very high fever . nevertheless , he had seizures also :S
it was mainly for making it as a bridge while waiting for the heart transplant . but right now , they're just going to hold onto that biventricular pacing .
a person with such , would not even live long after heart transplant ?
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