Strategies for MICS CABG procedure video with Dr. Prem Rabindra Minimally Invasive Coronary Artery Bypass Graft


Dr. Rabindra was one of the first to learn and offer minimally invasive coronary artery bypass grafting (MICS CABG). He has successfully performed the procedure in more than 300 cases. He now teaches and conducts educational lectures on the technique. Dr. Rabindra has been featured widely in the local La Crosse, Wisconsin media and has presented the benefits of this surgical procedure both nationally and internationally.

Strategies for MICS CABG Procedure Video

This video highlights the key procedural steps in completing a multi-vessel MICS CABG procedure, using the techniques of Dr. Rabindra. The video concludes with an overview of Dr. Rabindra’s results, followed by a question and answer session.

The video is divided into chapters for ease of viewing. You can watch the chapters in any order, although they appear below in sequence. Click on a link below or scroll down the page to view a specific chapter.


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