Most Advanced Minimally Invasive Adult & Pediatric Cardiac Surgery and Heart Treatments at World Class Hospitals in India

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Minimally invasive cardiac surgery is heart surgery that does not require cutting open the chest and splitting apart the breastbone (sternum). With advancements in the field of Minimally Access Surgery,it is now possible to use this technique in most Cardiac Operations. Cardiac Surgeries can be performed through small thoracotomy incisions either on the right or left chest. These incisions allow the surgical instruments to be inserted between the ribs, leaving the breastbone intact.

Pediatric Cardiac Surgery and Heart Treatments at World Class Hospitals in India Patients receive the same lifesaving benefits, but with significantly less trauma, less pain and a faster recovery. These benefits have helped make minimally invasive cardiac surgery the preferred approach for many heart patients today.

Why you should choose World Class Hospitals in India for Heart Surgery, Cardiac Treatment ?

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  • Our state of the art hospitals in India have a 99.5 % success rate of performing most complex cardiac surgeries at the most affordable cost compared to similar modern facilities anywhere in the world.
  • Highly Experienced and skilled US/UK Board certified team of heart surgeons and cardiologists work together to provide comprehensive, multidisciplinary care to patients suffering from heart diseases.
  • State of the art infrastructure, cutting edge technology providing care to patients Our doctors, nurses, technicians and heart experts bring the promise of unparalleled excellence in patient care.
  • Most Advanced Operation Theatres / Robotic surgery suite – State of the art equipment and monitoring devices necessary to successfully perform complex heart bypass, percutaneous valve surgeries, complex hybrid aortic aneurysm interventions and minimally invasive cardiac operations.

Cardiac Bypass Surgery

Cardiac Bypass SurgeryCoronary bypass surgery is a surgical procedure that diverts the flow of blood around a section of a blocked or partially blocked artery by creating a new pathway to the heart. Coronary or heart bypass surgery can relieve chest pain. In the operation, your surgeon uses a blood vessel from your leg, arm or chest to bypass a narrowed section of a coronary artery.

Heart Bypass Surgery helps lower risk for a heart attack. Once you recover, you’ll feel better and be able to get back to your regular activities.

Bypass surgery is also known as coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG). It’s the most common type of open-heart surgery. Most people have great results and live symptom-free for rest of their lives if they modify their lifestyle in a healthy manner. … Click Here to Know More

Coronary Angioplasty & Stenting

Interventional Cardiology, AngioplastyAngioplasty is advanced Cardiac treatment that avoids a major open heart surgery. Interventional radiologists can now open blocked or narrowed blood vessels. Angioplasty involves temporarily inserting and inflating a tiny balloon where your artery is clogged to help widen the artery. In many cases, doctors insert a coronary artery stent after an angioplasty. The stent helps keep the blood flowing and the artery from narrowing again. Some stents are coated with medication to help keep your artery open (drug-eluting stents), while others are not (bare-metal stents).

Angioplasty can improve symptoms of blocked arteries, such as chest pain and shortness of breath. It’s an efficient way to get blood flowing to the heart again quickly. The sooner your doctor restores your blood supply, the less damage there will be to your heart muscle. However, If the main artery that brings blood to the left side of your heart is narrow, if your heart muscle is weak or if you have multiple diseased blood vessels, then coronary artery bypass surgery may be a better option than angioplasty. The decision of angioplasty versus bypass surgery will depend on the extent of your heart disease and overall medical condition.… Click Here to Know More

Cardiac Valve Replacement Surgery

Cardiac Valve Replacement SurgeryHeart valve repair is a surgical or minimally invasive procedure that corrects a heart valve that is not functioning properly. Heart valve repair usually involves the heart valve leaflets that open and close to pump blood through the heart. The aortic valve and the mitral valve are the most commonly replaced valves. The most common valve surgical procedure is aortic valve replacement for aortic stenosis, or narrowing of the aortic valve. Mitral stenosis is another condition that sometimes requires a valve replacement procedure.

Aortic regurgitation, (sometimes referred to as aortic insufficiency) is a common valve problem that may require valve replacement. Regurgitation means that the valve allows blood to return back through the valve and into the heart instead of moving it forward and out to the body. Aortic regurgitation can eventually lead to heart failure. The surgeon repairs or replaces the affected heart valves. Many surgical procedures may be used to repair or replace heart valves, including open-heart surgery or minimally invasive heart surgery. Heart valve surgery must be performed at a hospital that has expert surgeons with long experience in succesfuly performing high volumes of heart valve surgeries. … Click Here to Know More

Paediatric Cardiac Surgery

Paediatric Cardiac SurgeryCongenital heart defects are problems with the heart’s structure that change the normal flow of blood through the heart and can have severe, life-threatening symptoms. They affect 8 of every 1,000 newborns. Many of these defects are simple conditions that are easily fixed but a small number of babies are born with complex congenital heart defects that require special medical care soon after birth.

Open-heart surgery is done to close holes in the heart with stitches or with a patch, Repair or replace heart valves and widen arteries or openings to heart valves. Also our Pediatric heart surgeons repair complex defects, such as Atrial septal defect (ASD),Ventricular septal defect (VSD) and Tetralogy of Fallot Repair.

The diagnosis and treatment of these complex defects has greatly improved. As a result, almost all children who have complex heart defects survive to adulthood and can live active, productive lives.A successful cardiac surgery in children requires an expert medical team – doctors, nurses, and other support staff – who are experienced in such surgeries, can promptly recognize problems and emerging side effects, and know how to react swiftly and properly if problems do arise. … Click Here to Know More

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