The heart muscle has special properties in comparison with other organs of the human body. One of these properties is the conductivity of impulses that arise in special structures of cardiac tissue. Sometimes it happens that the impulse is not transmitted by the cells of the heart. Such states are called blockades.
Conduction through the sinoatrial connection in the heart can be disrupted for various reasons. It can be of several degrees, each of which has a different effect on the patient's well-being. The lightest degree of this blockade is the 1st degree. This is the initial and minimal damage to the conduction system in the heart, namely, its sinoatrial connection.
It often happens that the terms of cardiologists and incomprehensible records in the description of ECG frighten and confuse patients, which leads to the appearance in the everyday life of non-existent diagnoses. The blockade of the right ventricle of the heart is the wrong name for a completely different concept. Therefore, it is not superfluous to clarify and understand the "blockades" and "ventricles."
The operation of coronary bypass surgery is the main step towards returning the patient to normal life. This operation is aimed at restoring the normal blood circulation of the heart, relieving the patient of the pain syndrome, predicting a decrease in the development of myocardial infarction and an increase in life expectancy. However, it can not completely relieve a patient of atherosclerosis.