Bypassing the heart is done without stopping the heart and connecting the patient with the heart-lung pump. During the procedure, until the coronary bypass procedure is completed, the heart structure is maintained with the methods that ensure the continuity of blood flow to the heart vessels. For the success of this method, appropriate patient selection is a very important criterion.
BETWEEN SPECIAL SURGERY
Special methods are used during cardiac bypass surgery and only the movements of the cardiac area to be studied are reduced. Meanwhile, the heart continues to pump both the body and itself and create the necessary function for life.
Open heart surgery, where the heart-lung pump and heart are temporarily discontinued, is currently performed safely, and exposure of patients to some potential risks is minimized by the measures taken. Employee in heart bypass operation
Risks such as attenuation of consciousness, behavioral changes, kidney failure, increased liver enzymes, decreased gastric and intestinal motions are minimized.
IMPORTANT SELECTION OF FOLLOWING PATIENTS
Bypass cardiac bypass operation.
In patients whose heart breathing functions are significantly reduced, the heart can not tolerate the pulmonary pump,
People with a previous stroke or transient ischemic attack (mini-stroke)
Patients with advanced renal impairment,
Patients with chronic pulmonary disease,
In patients treated or treated with cancer,
When applied to patients aged 70 years and over, it provides beneficial and successful results for the patient.
Special for patient comfort
Cardiac bypass surgery provides a comfortable healing process during and after surgery.
Provides better protection of heart functions.
It increases the success of surgery, especially in patients at risk.
Reduces stay in the hospital.
It reduces the time spent in the intensive care unit and remains attached to the respiratory device.
It shortens the patient's recovery time.
It reduces complaints such as fatigue and loss of appetite.
Minimizes the likelihood of pulmonary, renal and hepatic insufficiency.
It reduces the risk of brain damage in the form of certain behavioral disorders and strokes.
It minimizes the need for blood in the heart.
Reduces the risk of infection in the incisions of the chest.