The heart is the first organ to function after the body begins to form in the uterus. Other organs are forming around the heart and vascular system. It consists of a very strong muscle group that moves in our circulatory system which is the blood that provides the necessary nutrients and oxygen in our body.
Our hospitals serves the need of the cardiovascular population. Our aim is focused solely on the best interest of the patient. We strive to provide the best therapy and health care to all those who walk through our doors.
As Prusa Medica, we bring together the specialist doctors of the leading hospitals with patients all over the world about the protection of the heart health for a healthy and long life. Protecting heart health requires changing one's lifestyle.
Coronary Artery By-Pass-
By-Pass in the Beating Heart-
-Cardiac Valve Repair and Replacements
Treatment of Congenital Heart Diseases-
It is the mostly applied heart surgery. When the coronary arteries, which are the veins that supply the heart, are clogged, a new vein is added to the embolic vein through coronary artery bypass surgery, and thus a new way is opened for bloodstream. Thus, the heart continues to pump the blood it needs through this new vein. The surgery is performed in some cases like when there are left main coronary artery stenosis, impaired heart contraction power, critical stenosis in more than one coronary artery due to Coronary artery disease and the continuity of chest pain despite medical treatment.
By-Pass in the Beating Heart
It is a surgery that takes place without stopping the heart and connecting the patient to the cardiopulmonary bypass pump. Only the movements of the heart area to be operated on are reduced. Meanwhile, the heart continues to pump blood both to the body and to itself, performing the function necessary for life. It is applied to patients with severe deterioration in the systolic function of the heart, patients who cannot tolerate the cardiopulmonary bypass pump, patients who have previously had a stroke or transient ischemic attack, patients with acute renal failure, patients with lung diseases Chronic patients, patients who have been or have been treated for cancer and patients aged 70 years or older.
There are four cardiac valves im the heart. Two on the left and two on the right half of the heart. They open and close with each heartbeat, correcting the flow of blood in the heart's chambers. Valvular heart disease occurs when the structure of the cardiac valve weakens and becomes unable to function properly. Valvular disease can develop in two ways, namely through stenosis or insufficiency of the valve (backward bleeding). The causes of valvular diseases are varied, such as heredity, aging, infection, and heart muscle disease. In the future, it will require heart valve surgery, which can either be in the form of repairing or replacing totally this valve.
As a result of disorders of the development of the heart in the uterus it could occur congenital heart diseases. 8 of every 1,000 births suffer from congenital heart disease. Serious congenital heart disease is usually diagnosed during infancy.
Some of them are diagnosed in childhood, and this may extend into adulthood. The cause is that the congenital anomaly is very small. The pediatric cardiologist firstly performs a physical exam and then performs various tests in order to make a diagnosis. These examinations include꞉
-Cardiac MR and CT
Abdominal vascular occlusion or aneurysm surgeries-
Surgeries of vascular occlusions in legs-
Varicose surgeries and laser varicose treatment-
Vascular surgeries for dialysis (creation of artificial arteries)-
-Treatment of vascular occlusions in arms
Treatment of diabetes-induced foot wounds-
Treatment of wounds due to vascular occlusion-
Treatment of varicose-induced leg wounds-
Thrombolysis in venous occlusions-
Non-surgical treatment of vascular occlusions (Stent application)-