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The Department of Cardiac Surgery at BM Birla Heart Research Centre specializes in treating heart disease using state-of-the-art equipment and technology. Cardiology is a medical science that deals with the treatment of all heart diseases. Our cardiovascular system is made up of a heart, blood vessels, valves, arteries, capillaries, and veins and all of these components need to be healthy as they work together for the system to function properly. When a component does not work or has a specific abnormality, the heart cannot function properly. Our cardiac department uses non-invasive technology to diagnose and treat heart disease. BM Birla Heart Research Centre has some of the best surgeons with years of medical experience and expertise in cardiac surgery. Our cardiac surgeons are experts in diagnosing and treating all cardiovascular diseases.
The Department of Cardiac Surgery at BM Birla Heart Research Centre aims to offer a wide range of state-of-the-art surgical treatments using minimally invasive techniques. The Department of Cardiac Surgery strives to provide brilliant surgeons, cardiologists, critical care professionals, anesthetists and therapists who work in sync to create the best possible treatment plan for the patient. We offer state-of-the-art treatments for the following ailments
Our experts specialize in a wide range of CTVS Cardio-Thoracic and Vascular Surgeries (CTVS). Cardiothoracic surgery includes all invasive procedures for the treatment of diseases of the heart, oesophagus, lungs, and other organs of the thoracic cavity (back / chest area). Vascular surgery comprises medical therapy for diseases of the arteries, veins, blood vessels, and lymphatic system. These include:
We have a multidisciplinary team of experts made up of cardiology specialists, cardiothoracic surgeons, vascular surgeons, intensive care physicians, pediatricians, pediatric anesthetists, and pediatric interventional physicians who offer patients the best possible care throughout their treatment. The cardiac team has access to the world's latest equipment to perform high-end procedures such as minimally invasive coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) surgery, closed heart surgery, valve replacement surgery, and vascular surgery.
The department is highly specialized in performing cardiac operations in high-risk patients such as kidney disease, cardiogenic shock, or multiple comorbidities. In addition, the department has well-equipped diagnostic laboratories, operating rooms, intensive care units, rehabilitation centers, special rooms and functional round-the-clock ambulance facilities.
The majorly performed surgeries by our department include:
Cardiovascular problems are one of the most common diseases associated with mortality. Lack of physical activity, modern lifestyle, unhealthy eating habits, lack of nutrition, and various other socio-economic conditions – have increased cardiovascular problems. Even though multiple medical treatments are available to treat heart issues, a pacemaker remains one of the most important advances in providing care for heart patients.
A Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR) or Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation (TAVI) is a surgical method performed to repair a compromised, blocked or narrowed artery which was causing disruption in the blood and oxygen supply to the heart. This surgical procedure is recommended for patients who have higher risk or are too sick, or too old for an open heart surgery.
Heart failure is a serious condition marked by the inefficiency of the heart muscles to pump blood to different parts of the body. Also referred to as congestive heart failure, the condition can prove to be life-threatening if not addressed immediately. Such patients are often recommended to undergo a heart transplant, a surgical procedure that involves the replacement of a diseased or non-functional part of the patient’s heart with a healthy heart taken from a deceased donor.