My father (62y male non-smoker non-drinker, vegetarian) has been diagnosed with triple valve blockage. His LV EF is 15%.
History of heart attack in 2012. Operated with thrombosis.
His 3 arteries are blocked as per angiography reports.
Lcx: Om3: 100%
RCA D: 100% mid
His PET-CT scan shows good heart condition and chances of recovery
"Hibernating myocardium in the apical, antero-septal/septal and inferior walls. Remaining myocardial segments show maintained perfusion at rest. Area of hibernation: 25-30%"
Please advise if a CABG can be performed successfully on him? What are his chances of surviving the same and will his life quality improve after the procedure?