In this video, Dr. OP. Yadava, Chief Executive Officer & Chief Cardiac Surgeon, National Heart Institute, New Delhi, Will discuss whether bypass surgery can be done with peripheral artery intervention. He tells us that bypass surgery can be done with peripheral artery intervention. It reduces the hospitalization and is cost effective. It can also be done under the same anaesthesia. Dr. Yadava will also explain the pros and cons of the intervention. Normally coronary bypass is done and the patient is allowed to recover. 4 – 6 weeks is generally recommended for recovery and then peripheral artery intervention is done. If the limb is threatened then both interbventions is done under same anaesthesia.