Best Hospital for Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery in Bangalore
Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery

Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery

Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery

Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery

Overview

With round the clock care, our team consists of cardiac anesthesiologists, who are very adept at handling all cardiovascular and thoracic surgeries in both adult and paediatric patients. They provide comprehensive care for the patients in both the operation theatre and the ICU.

An Innovative Approach to Treatment

Guide our Patients for the Right Decisions
Guide our Patients for the Right Decisions
Post-operative Care and Follow-ups
Post-operative Care and Follow-ups

We Specialise in the Treatment of

  • Complex Cardiac Operations
  • Thoracic Operations
  • Vascular Operations
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Other Specialities

Our Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery Experts

FAQs

Why is there so much stigma and fear associated with heart operation?

Generally, people are hesitant to undergo surgery due to the pain and discomfort of surgical incisions. The heart is a vital organ and people can’t accept that there is something wrong with it. It is difficult for people to accept that such a vital organ can be operated upon. They worry things may go wrong.

Is the fear valid?

Definitely not! Today, heart operations are commonly done with excellent results. Patients are discharged routinely by the 4th or 5th day. By the time they are discharged, they are completely independent.

Can I lead a normal life after a heart operation? Will I be able to work to earn a living, after a heart operation?

Absolutely! Heart operations are done to correct the problem that the heart is suffering from and restore its function; in-fact, since the problem is corrected, it starts to work better. This will allow the person to return to his normal life and also earn a living.

What is a heart bypass operation?

Sometimes blocks develop in the coronary arteries that supply blood to the heart. This reduces blood supply to the heart and causes problems. In a heart bypass operation, segments of blood vessels from other parts of the patient’s body are connected to the coronary artery, before and after the block. Blood then passes through this new vessel, bypassing the existing block.

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