The Heart Transplant Process
A patient requires heart transplant when a doctor refers a patient to be in the end-stage heart failure to a heart transplant centre. Staff members at the Organ Procurement and Transplantation Network Centre will assess the patient if they are eligible for the surgery. If the patient is eligible, they are placed on the waiting list for a donor heart.
Heart Transplant surgery is done in a hospital when a suitable donor heart is found. Post-transplant, the patient undergoes a lifelong health care plan. Multiple medicines and frequent medical check-ups are administered.
Considered as a gold standard for determining and evaluating any blockages in arterial system, Angiography is an X-ray procedure and the first step of determining your condition and kind of treatment you need. This highly safe and rewarding procedure uses iodine dye (Contrast Agent), the procedure is extremely beneficial in helping vascular surgeons determine the best treatment options.
Heart Valve Surgery
The surgical procedure to repair or replace a valve in the heart that is not working properly because of the valvular heart disease. It is an open-heart surgery through the breastbone into the chest, it is procedure which can last from two hour to more and can take several weeks or recovery.
Adult and Paediatric Congenital Heart Surgery (APCHS)
Congenital Heart Disease is a common condition and can affect about 1 in every 100 new born in the world. Dr. Kshitij Dubey, a leading cardiac surgeon in Indore can be your solution to adult and paediatric congenital heart diseases providing supreme medical services for a wide array of congenital diseases.
The thoracotomy is a surgical procedure to open the chest and perform chest wall and lung surgery. The surgeon makes an incision in the chest wall between the ribs to operate on the lungs. It is done to partially or fully remove a lung. It may be used to drain fluid or pus collected in the pleural space, secondary to bacterial or tubercular infection.