Minimally invasive bypass lets you skip the pain – and the long recovery time – of traditional heart bypass surgery.
Offered in your region only at Sanger Heart & Vascular Institute.
You know you or a loved one might need heart bypass surgery. But did you know there's a new and better way to do it?
The traditional way: open heart surgery, broken ribs and months of recovery time. The new: minimally invasive bypass, a few small incisions and the chance to get back to your normal routine in days.
Pioneered by Sanger Heart & Vascular Institute's own Joseph McGinn, MD minimally invasive bypass – also called keyhole surgery or the McGinn technique – has gained national and international prominence as a better way to do bypass surgery.
In your region, it's only offered at Sanger Heart & Vascular Institute.
Learn how minimally invasive bypass works from Dr. Joseph McGinn, the surgeon who invented it.
Compared to open heart surgery, here's what you'll have with minimally invasive bypass:
See what minimally invasive bypass surgery did for Elaine.