Sep 19
dr mukund lal
dr mukund lal , Posted on SUPPORT NETWORK Blog

poor prognosis

Last year lossed my someone loved. the cause of death is poor prognosis after a IHD and blockage operation.exact reason was not known but we lossed a person who had operated in last oct for blokadge and die after 2 month's due to copious cough and exertion.whther the data revealed a operated heart pt. can survive appro more than 5-10 years after operation either the heart operation is minor or major.IN nut shell whatever the reason but i think we can not become a good caregiver and result show.
1 Comment
  • ActiveLarry
    ActiveLarry,
    A poor prognosis simply means the patient and caregiver must take lifestyle changes and rehab extremely seriously. I am 10 years post bypass surgery, and know people who are 20 and 30 years surviving bypass surgery. Your loved one had other health issues. Rehab should not cause any severe exertion. Totally unnecessary. I know; mine started very gradual, stayed gradual and methodical. Success comes in small increments, and takes time. Not just 12 or 24 or 36 weeks. It is ongoing. We either slowly improve, or slowly decline. Improvement is always good to see and feel, and raises one's spirits.
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