Implication of Heart By pass Surgery on Medical

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Subject: Implication of Heart By pass Surgery on Medical
  Hi Everyone
My father recently had Heart Bypass surgery. Couple of his arteries were closed so doctor´s performed by pass surgery. As per doctors his heart is better then new and he should not have similar problem in his life again i.e requiring another heart by pass surgery. My question is what are the implication of his surgery on the medical that he will have to clear for immigration. I am Canadian PR holder and will apply for my parents under family class next year so I guess we still have about 4-5 years before he will need to go for medical. Hopefuly by that time he have fully recovered and will be taking minimum or no medication for his heart bypass.
If anyone has undergone similar situation and can share their experience or any other related information then I will be really grateful.

[12-08-2010,18:13]
[***.173.33.197]
corpus
Medical inadmissable conditions (in reply to: Implication of Heart By pass Surgery on Medical)
Asymptomatic positive serology-HIV

Metastatic breast disease

Mildly mentally retarded (mental retardation - moderate)

Osteoarthritis

Moderate to severe mental retardation with autistic features

Chronic ischemic heart disease

Multiple sclerosis

Cancer

Severe restrictive lung disease

Rheumatoid Arthritis

severe hearing impairment with delay in speech development

Downs Syndrome and certain related cardiovascular difficulties

an atypical form of cerebral palsy

schizophrenia (chronic paranoid type)

Parkinsonís disease

[13-08-2010,14:38]
[**.233.201.58]
Anonymous
Where did you get that information? (in reply to: Implication of Heart By pass Surgery on Medical)
Am I to gather from that list that if you have any form of cancer you are inadmissible?
[17-08-2010,02:41]
[***.1.79.170]
Keely
If demands excessive burden on CANADA (in reply to: Implication of Heart By pass Surgery on Medical)
Lung cancer with a 3.5 cm tumour removed

Metastatic breast disease of a breast cancer survivor

Undergone surgery for a Stage I (T2, NO, Mx) cancerous growth on the lung

Stage III-A (T3, NO, Mx) adenocarcinoma



Cancer may also be a factor for other cases;

Diagnosed with oesophageal cancer ( H & C factor)

An advanced stage of breast cancer which has resulted in related complications of her spine, ribs, axilla, skin, lungs and leg ( a removal order stay factor)

http://decisions.fct-cf.gc.ca/en/index.html

[17-08-2010,12:11]
[**.233.201.58]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Implication of Heart By pass Surgery on Medical)
not sure what this list is...

are these cases where someone is already in Canada? is this spousal sponsorship - which we all know has different threshold on medical clearances.

Please explain.

[17-08-2010,14:32]
[**.154.245.217]
Sharon
(in reply to: Implication of Heart By pass Surgery on Medical)
I gathered these medical conditions from federal court cases in which the applicants sought a judicial review for their denied PR applications.

Quite a few people were denied entry to Canada as a PR because of their own or family medical conditions, especially their disabled or handicapped children.

Yes, there is nothing like good health.

[18-08-2010,00:32]
[**.233.201.58]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Implication of Heart By pass Surgery on Medical)
you did not answer my question. Skilled worker or family class? There is a HUGE difference.
[18-08-2010,01:05]
[**.154.245.217]
Sharon
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