1. How should I treat a complex Post-CABG patient?

    How should I treat a complex Post-CABG patient?
    A 69 year old man was admitted with unstable angina (Class IIB). He had a history of chronic renal impairment, diabetes melltus, hypertension and coronary bypass surgery in 1997 (LIMA graft to the LAD and diagonal branch, saphenous vein grafts to the RCA and first marginal branch of LCx). Diagnostic coronary angiogram revealed: occlusion of the proximal LCx and RCA.
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