CARDIOVASCULAR SURGERY: WHAT IS IT, WHO IS APPLIED AND HOW IS IT DONE?
Cardiovascular surgery covers major diseases such as rhythm disorders, aortic valve stenosis, congenital heart problems, heart valve diseases, heart muscle disorders, varicose veins, cardiac tumors and venous insufficiency. In cardiovascular surgery, after the examination of the patient is carried out by specialists, various methods and technologies are applied according to the diagnosis. Treatment methods such as open heart surgery, bypass, heart valve replacement, small incision bypass surgery, robotic surgery and heart surgery provide solutions to diseases.
What Should Be Considered Before and After Cardiovascular Surgery?
Early diagnosis and correct treatment are vital in cardiovascular surgery. The patient's ailments, previous disease history and the extent of the disease are very important during diagnosis. As a result of the diagnosis made to the patient after the examinations, the most appropriate treatment method is decided for the patient, taking into account the expert surgeon staff and the developing technologies. In the treatment method to be applied, the patient's other ailments, the risks it carries, minimizing the infection rate and ensuring a healthy return to normal life are taken into consideration. After cardiovascular surgery, it is very important to pay attention to regular controls and nutrition of the patient in his daily life.
What are the Methods and Technologies Used in Cardiovascular Surgery?
There are many methods and technologies used in the field of cardiovascular surgery. While listing the most preferred methods and technologies below, it should be kept in mind that this situation may vary depending on the patient and the treatment to be applied.
Coronary Bypass: Coronary arteries provide nutrition to the heart. Coronary bypass method is applied in adverse cases such as narrowing or occlusion in these coronary arteries.
Robotic Cardiac Surgery: Robotic methods are at the forefront of the methods used in the field of cardiovascular surgery. With the developing technology, heart diseases can be treated with robotic methods. While the risks of bleeding and infection are minimized in this way, our expert surgeons can perform a delicate operation in this way.
Heart Surgery with Minimally Invasive Method: With this method, which prevents the sternum from being cut to a large extent and helps to overcome the process more quickly and painlessly with small incisions, the integrity of the chest wall is also preserved.