CARE Hospitals is one of the best hospitals in India for treating heart conditions. Our cardiothoracic and cardiovascular surgery success rates are comparable internationally.
Cardiothoracic surgeons on our team are among the best in the country. Our doctors have received training at top medical institutes in India and world-renowned universities across the globe, enabling them to manage even the most complex heart conditions. In addition, cardiac patients are well supported by a team that is equipped with the necessary experience and handling skills to assist them in their recovery post-surgery.
Both adults and paediatric patients are routinely treated with cardiothoracic surgery at our centre. Surgery such as CABG, surgery for valve problems, and heart transplantation are among our specialities. Our heart transplant surgery program is amongst the best in India.
Our team has access to innovative and advanced facilities. Our patients recover quickly thanks to advanced catheterization labs, cardiac care units, and intensive care units. By providing unmatched patient care and high success rates, we help improve the quality of life for all our patients. We are the preferred referral centre across the nation for all cardiac operations.
The Heart Team comprises Cardiac Surgeons, Cardiologists, Interventional Radiologists, Pulmonologists, as well as Cardiac Nurses and Support Staff to provide you with the best outcomes.
The key procedures performed at CARE Hospitals
CARE Hospitals always strives to provide the best medical treatment to its patients in order to achieve the highest success rate.
Key Procedures We Follow Include:
CABG: Circulating blood is diverted around a portion of a blocked artery in your heart during a procedure called a cardiac bypass to deliver blood to the heart muscle. The objective of coronary bypass surgery is to bypass a diseased or blocked area of the heart by using a healthy blood vessel from your leg, arm, chest or abdomen. Circulation to your heart is improved after coronary bypass surgery. This is just one treatment option for heart disease.
Coronary Angiogram: Coronary angiograms use X-ray imaging to examine blood vessels in the heart. These procedures fall under the general heading of heart catheterization (cardiac catheterization). Catheterizations can be performed to diagnose and treat both heart and vascular conditions. The most common type of heart catheterization procedure is a coronary angiogram, which helps diagnose heart conditions.
LVAD Implantation: An implantable mechanical pump called a ventricular assist device (VAD) assists the heart in pumping blood to the rest of your body from its ventricles. People with heart failure or weakened hearts may require VADs. Usually, VADs are placed in the left ventricle of the heart, but they can also be placed in the right and both ventricles. Left ventricular assist devices (LVADs) are placed in the left ventricle.
Paediatric Cardiac Surgery: CARE Hospitals offers one of the most extensive divisions in the country dedicated to children’s heart health. We have treated children all over the country with congenital heart problems, including non-invasive diagnostics, cardiac catheterisations and cardiothoracic surgeries. Children and newborns with complex heart problems have been subjected to heart surgeries.
Coronary Angioplasty: This procedure involves the opening of clogged coronary arteries by using a catheter. It is also known as a percutaneous coronary intervention. To help widen an artery, a tiny balloon is temporarily inserted and inflated in the clogged area. Balloon angioplasty can alleviate chest pain, shortness of breath, and other symptoms of blocked arteries. In the event of a heart attack, angioplasty can also be used to open a blocked artery and reduce the amount of damage inflicted on your heart.
As part of our advanced diagnostic techniques, our experts use techniques such as OCT (optical coherence tomography), IVUS (intravascular ultrasound) and more to provide them with a clear and high-resolution image of the arteries and blockages, which further assists them in performing angioplasty.
MICS: By using minimally invasive cardiac surgery (MICS), it may be possible for cardiac patients to return to normal life after only a few weeks. Because of our fast-paced lives and our desire to spend as much time as possible with our loved ones, MICS offers a quick recovery period of 10 days.
TAVR: In the transcatheter procedure for replacing an aortic valve that has become narrowed and is not opening properly (aortic valve stenosis), a small needle is inserted into the aortic valve. Patients at intermediate or high risk of surgical aortic valve replacement may be suitable for TAVR. A TAVR may also be appropriate for some people who cannot have open-heart surgery. Treatment for aortic stenosis with TAVR is determined after consulting with a multidisciplinary team of medical and surgical heart specialists, who determine together the best treatment option for each patient.
ECG/EKG:Your heart’s electrical signals are recorded by an ECG, which is a quick and painless test. It can spot abnormal heart rhythms.
Echocardiogram: Sound waves are used to produce images of your heart’s structure during this non-invasive procedure. This stimulates the heart’s pumping action as well as how it beats.
Stress Test: Exercise or medication is used to raise your heart rate while your heart is being tested and scanned in order to see how your heart responds.
CT Scan: CT scans of the heart are performed on tables inside doughnut-shaped machines. X-ray images are collected of your heart and chest using a rotating X-ray tube.
MRI: To create detailed images of your heart, an MRI uses a magnetic field and radio waves generated by a computer.
To determine the cause of your symptoms, your cardiologist may use one or more tests.
CARE Hospitals: Why Choose Us
One of the best
CARE Hospitals provides quality medical care and excellent patient service to meet the national and international standards of health care.
A multispecialty approach
To provide accurate diagnosis and medical care, the facility brings together a team of expert cardiologists and cardiac surgeons.
With the hospital’s high-tech infrastructure and modern medical facilities, patients can receive safer, better, and more comprehensive medical care.
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