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Naprosyn (Naproxen)

###table###Naprosyn(Naproxen)
Other names: Aleve, Anaprox
CORONARY BYPASS SURGERY: SOME POSSIBLE PROBLEMS AFTER THE OPERATION AND RECOVERY
Cough
A cough is common in those who have had prior lung trouble, particularly amongst smokers or previous smokers. If fever is also present, there may be mild pneumonia which requires continued antibiotic treatment.
Voice change
Huskiness of the voice or loss of voice may occur. This is because a tube was placed in your larynx to assure adequate supply of air and oxygen during the anesthetic and for some time after the operation.
Bleeding
Bleeding may occasionally occur inside the chest in the first few hours after operation. This is usually easily stopped by reopening the chest. Commonly the patient is not even aware of this relatively minor second operation. Minor bleeding may also occur from the wound in the chest or leg.
Weakness
It is normal to feel weak on getting out of bed in the first few days after any major operation. It is also common to feel unsteady when you stand up, because your blood pressure is lower. As well as feeling unsteady and weak, you may also feel fatigued, exhausted and weary.
Blurred vision
Blurring of vision is also common. The cause of this is mixed and uncertain. However, after a few days or weeks, your vision usually returns to normal.
Breathlessness
You may feel short of breath because your lungs become stiff after the operation or because your heart is not yet beating as strongly as it normally does. Also many people become a little anemic. These problems are solved as time passes.
Recovery
By the end of a few weeks, you will find these symptoms have disappeared, except, perhaps, for some tingling discomfort or loss of sensation in the front of the chest.
By this time, you are on the road to recovery. You will have been learning about your condition while in hospital as a part of standard rehabilitation after major heart surgery. You will have been advised that you should attend an outpatient group cardiac rehabilitation program on leaving hospital to make your recovery easier.
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