Advanced Cardiothoracic Surgery Treatment Hospital in Hyderabad
Yashoda Hospitals, Hyderabad has world-class infrastructure and cutting-edge technology for the treatment of patients.
Our advanced technologies include:
- Philips Cardiac Monitor With Continuous Cardiac Output: It is an equipment that allows real-time monitoring through arterial pulse contour analysis of the heart.
- Servo And GE Ventilators: These are highly advanced ventilators for critical care and increasing the comfort of the patients.
- Phillips Echo Machine With TEE probe And 3D Echo Facility: It is a high-definition ultrasound imaging system for effective analysis of the patient’s condition.
- Sarns System I & 8000 Heart-Lung Machine: It is a highly reliable, flexible, and cost-efficient modular system for pumping blood with four to five pumps.
- Sarns/Thermo Hemotherm: It is a computer-controlled heating and cooling system that is used during cardiopulmonary bypass surgery. It maintains the exact temperature with a sensitive, microprocessor driven control system, and reduces the patient rewarming time.
- ECMO From Maquet: It is an equipment to stabilize the blood circulation as well as respiratory function in acute care cardiac patients.
- Endoscopic Vein Harvest System From Maquet And Karlstorz: It is an equipment to perform endoscopic atrial ablation and endoscopic harvest of the saphenous vein and radial artery.
- Cell Saver From Hemonitics: It is an autotransfusion system that is used to recover the bloodshed during or after an operation, or due to trauma, etc.
- Nitric Oxide Ventilator From NoxBox: It is an advanced ventilator used for patients with severe breathing difficulties.
- IABP From Data Scope: It is a type of cardiac assist device that is used on patients undergoing either cardiac or non-cardiac surgeries.
- MICS Instruments & Technology From Fellings And Medtronic: It is an advanced technology for better conduction of minimally invasive cardiac surgeries.
- Robot-Assisted Cardiothoracic Surgery: It is a type of heart surgery that involves making multiple small incisions in the chest using robot-controlled instruments. Robot-assisted cardiothoracic surgery is usually performed for repairing heart defects, coronary bypass and removing certain types of tumors.
We have advanced technology for performing heart transplant and lung transplant surgeries as well, and our patient-centric approach towards treatment differentiates us from the other hospitals.
At the Department of Cardiovascular and Cardiothoracic Surgery, we combine innovative technology with compassionate care centered on each patient’s individual needs. We combine the expertise of premier cardiothoracic surgeons with the latest cardiovascular technology to provide superior care to the patients.
1. What is robotic-assisted cardiac surgery?
Robot-assisted cardiac surgery is a type of heart surgery in which multiple small incisions are made in the chest using small instruments and robot-controlled tools. These are usually performed for valve surgery, coronary artery bypass, repairs of heart defects, as well as for tumor removal. The healing from this surgery is quicker than other surgeries.
2. When does one need vascular surgery?
Vascular surgery may be required when the patient is suffering from conditions such as blood clots, blockages in the arteries, veins, etc.
3. What type of conditions does a vascular surgeon treat?
Vascular surgeons treat a wide range of conditions affecting the arteries and veins such as blockages present within the arteries and veins, blood clots, aneurysm, diseases of the varicose veins, and others.
Health Blogs for CT Surgery
Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR) for severe aortic valve stenosis
Sep 13, 2019 15:35
Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR) is helpful for patients with aortic stenosis, who are very weak and cannot tolerate a major heart surgery.
All About the Cardiac Pacemaker
Apr 12, 2019 18:39
A pacemaker is a device that regulates the heart beat. If your doctor recommends a pacemaker for you, you will need to undergo surgery for it to be implanted. This reference summary explains how pacemakers work, and the benefits and risks of having one.
TAVR – Treating severe aortic valve stenosis without surgery
Jan 18, 2019 17:16
Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation/Replacement (TAVI/TAVR) is a less invasive procedure (not surgery) to replace the failing aortic valve. A transcatheter heart valve is a biological tissue valve made of human, pig or cow heart tissue.
Primary angioplasty for Acute Myocardial infarction
Nov 19, 2018 10:32
Myocardial Infarction (MI or heart attack) is a medical emergency wherein the irreversible death of heart muscles occurs due to prolonged lack of oxygen. Over the past decades, treatment for myocardial infarction has evolved considerably. Immediate coronary angiography followed by primary angioplasty is a commonly used procedure to treat MI.
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Sep 21, 2018 15:43
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Transcatheter Mitral Valve Replacement (TMVR) for mitral valve diseases
Mar 30, 2016 09:22
Transcatheter Mitral Valve Replacement (TMVR) Transcatheter Mitral Valve Replacement (TMVR) is a rare and complex procedure performed to replace the dysfunctional or leaking mitral valve. TMVR is a nonsurgical, minimally invasive procedure performed at very few centers in India. Yashoda Hospitals Secunderabad recently performed this procedure in a 75-year-old man who was having a dysfunctional […]
Benefits of Minimally Invasive Cardiac Bypass Surgery (MICS)
Oct 21, 2015 09:30
Minimally invasive surgery, an innovation of the recent times, makes the surgical procedures less traumatic. The minimally invasive Heart Bypass Surgery or Cardiac surgery (MICS) is different to the conventional cardiac surgeries where the breast bone is split into two (sternotomy). The sternotomy incisions range from 8 to 10 inches, while the MICS incisions are […]