Team of specialists has continuously been named among India’s top 10, ensuring that your children receive the best paediatric cardiac surgery in India with safe and high-quality care. Paediatric procedures are carried out to fix heart imperfections and heart ailments in children who are born with congenital heart defects. One or more surgeries may be required to repair the heart defect. Surgeons at Medicare Spots, India have a prominent success rate in Paediatric Cardiac surgery.
Different types of congenital heart problems in infants, newborns, and children are treated by paediatric heart surgeons. Patients are initially considered for minimally invasive therapeutic procedures. If they are not successful, the medical team is prepared to use more invasive measures to avoid infection and minimise hazards. Our team understands the parents’ circumstances and communicates with them frequently to keep them informed about their child’s progress.
Kind of Paediatric Heart Surgeries.
ASD Closure Surgery. VSD closure Surgery, Glenn Surgery Etc.
Heart diseases such as heart attack, congestive heart failure, congenital heart disease, and coronary heart disease are the leading cause of death for men and women in every part of the globe. we specialise in the treatment of heart disorders and ailments, making sure that all your cardiological needs are taken care of with the best-in-class treatments and state of the art services available.
With highly qualified and trained experts, our cardiology team at Medicare Spots has made incredible pioneering advances in the field of cardiological procedures and treatments at an incredible pace and an overwhelming success rate in the past few years.
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Coronary angioplasty is a procedure to remove any blocks in blood flow through the artery. When untreated, these blocks can cause heart diseases or heart attack. In angioplasty procedure, the doctor introduces a catheter targeting the block and places a stent or a balloon to clear the narrowing. After heart angioplasty your heart regains the normal blood supply and begins to work efficiently.
A pacemaker is a small electrical device that is implanted into the chest to control the pulse, which sends electric impulses to the heart muscle to maintain a suitable heart rate and rhythm.
Kinds of pacemaker
Single chamber pacemaker: This Pacemaker has one lead that connects electrical impulses from the pulse generator to the one chamber of your Heart.
Dual-chamber pacemaker: A dual-chamber pacemaker carries electrical impulses from the pulse generator to either the ideal ventricle or the perfect atrium of your center.
Biventricular pacemaker: A biventricular pacemaker stimulates the lower chambers of the heart (the left and right ventricles) to make the heartbeat more efficient.
Heart bypass surgery or coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG) is performed by the surgeon to facilitate smooth blood flow to the heart. The ubiquity of coronary bypass surgery in India is highly common. A surgeon grafts the blood vessels from the areas of the body to go bypass the blocked or damaged arteries in the heart. The aim is to prompt more blood and oxygen to the heart again after a blockage obstructed the path.
Minimally Invasive Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery and is a newer form of heart bypass surgery in India. It is a relatively new and advanced technique of performing coronary bypass for the treatment of coronary heart diseases. In this technique, the heart is approached through the side of the left chest via a small 4 cm incision. This cut is placed just under the nipple. The chest is entered between the ribs without cutting any bones and by splitting the muscle.
Heart valve surgery is a procedure for treatment of heart valve disease. This takes place when one of the four heart halves that are responsible for pumping blood in the right direction are not functioning properly.
Basically, our heart is a pump that comprises muscle tissue. It consists of four chambers responsible for the pumping. The upper chambers are known as atria and the lower ones are referred to as ventricles. In between each of these chambers are valves which ensure the blood is flowing through the heart and into the right directions.
Pulmonary valve Replacement – This is present between right ventricle and pulmonary artery
Tricuspid valve Replacement – Present between right atrium and right ventricle
Mitral valve Replacement – This one can be found between left ventricle and left atrium
Aortic valve Replacement – This one is located between aorta and left ventricle.
Each valve consists of flaps that are known as leaflets for tricuspid and mitral valves, and cusps in the case of pulmonary and aorta valves. These valves close and open with every heartbeat. At times the valves are not able to close and open properly which in turn affects the blood flow from your heart to the body.