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Cardiothoracic and Vascular Surgery Treatments and Procedures

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Cardiothoracic and Vascular Surgery Treatments and Procedures

Our team of seasoned specialists and experts are capable of delivering quality care and optimal treatment options to those who suffer from cardiothoracic and vascular issues.

Key Procedures

Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery (MICS)

Also called Keyhole Surgery, this is a procedure in which small incisions are made on the chest through which the surgeon inserts specialized instruments to perform conventional operations.

Coronary Artery Bypass Graft (CABG) – Off Pump

A surgical procedure used to facilitate normal blood flow for those suffering from coronary artery disease. A blood vessel from some other part of the body is taken as a graft and then attached to the area above and below the problematic artery bypassing the blockage. The surgeon does the procedure while the heart is still beating. So the use of a heart-lung bypass machine isn’t required.

Coronary Artery Bypass Graft (CABG) – On Pump

CABG in which the surgeon stops the heart during surgery and uses a heart-lung bypass machine.

Single Valve Replacement

A major open-heart surgery in which the heart valve is removed and replaced with a mechanical or biological tissue valve.

Double Valve Replacement

A surgical procedure in which both valves of the heart are replaced.

ASD

Surgical procedure done to correct holes on the Atrial Septum. Depending on the severity, can be done through a minimally invasive procedure using a catheter where the hole in the heart is plugged close with the help of video imaging, or through open-heart surgery where the heart is accessed directly by the surgeon through a chest incision to close the hole.

VSD

Used to treat Ventricular Septal Defects. The surgical procedure is the same as that of ASD.

Pneumonectomy/Lobectomy

Lobectomy is a procedure in which the diseased lobe of the lung is removed through surgery. Pneumonectomy removes the entire lung.

Pleurectomy (Decortication)

Procedure in which a part of the tissue lining the lungs and the inside of the thoracic cavity is surgically removed.

VATS (Video Assisted Thoracoscopic Surgery)

Small incisions are made through which a small videoscope and specialized surgical equipment are inserted to perform the surgical procedure.

Transposition of Great Arteries (TGA)

The two main arteries of the heart are transposed. This congenital heart problem is corrected through open-heart surgery.

B. T. Shunt

A Blalock-Taussig (BT) shunt is inserted temporarily to help clear the blood flow from the heart to lung while waiting for the corrective surgery.

TAPVC/TOF

Open-heart surgery to correct these congenital diseases.

Reconstruction of Trachea

A procedure done to treat breathing difficulties by widening the trachea (windpipe).

Carotid Endarterectomy + CABG

The surgical removal of the plaque inside the carotid artery is done along with CABG in a combined procedure.

Carotid Endarterectomy + CABG

The surgical removal of the plaque inside the carotid artery is done along with CABG in a combined procedure.

Varicose Veins – RF/Laser

Minimally invasive procedure in which ither radiofrequency or laser energy is used to treat varicose veins.

Peripheral Arterial Bypass

Surgery done to normalize the blood flow to the limbs.

AV Graft Fistula – Level – 1

AV fistula directly connects the artery to the vein and increases the blood flow into the vein, making it easier to access during haemodialysis. In AV graft, a synthetic tube is used.

AV Graft Fistula – Level – 2

AV Graft Fistula – Level – 2

AV Graft Fistula – Level – 3

AV Graft Fistula – Level – 3

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