One of the advantages of combined operations is higher effectiveness of health pathology therapy and reduced traumatization of the patient. This offers an opportunity to provide assistance to patients who where unliable for a heart operation previously.
INDICATIONS FOR A COMBINED CARDIOVASCULAR SURGERY INTERVENTION
Occurrence of major blood vessel and cardiac vessel disorders in patients affected by heart defects.
COMBINED CARDIOVASCULAR SURGERY OPERATIONS PERFORMED AT THE RCMC
Medical specialists of our Department perform combined operations that may include concurrent heart valve repair and coronary bypass surgery, as well as various vascular reconstruction procedures, if required.
Concurrent operations result in the shortening of the recovery period and may facilitate patient’s return to an active way of life.
An unfavorable patient’s health risks and benefits ratio.
PREPARATION FOR A CARDIOVASCULAR SURGERY INTERVENTION
- Stop taking blood-thinning drugs two weeks before the operation.
- Stop drinking alcoholic beverages and smoking.
- Laboratory tests: complete and biochemical blood assay, general urine test, blood coagulation test.
- Radiological studies: X-ray fluorogrpaphy, heart ultrasonography.
- Additional preparation of the patient is carried out at the inpatient facilities of the RCMC one day before the operation.
HOW TO GET CARDIAC SURGERY TREATMENT AT THE RCMC
- Call the Contact Center to make an appointment for a consultation with the head of the cardiac surgery department
- Come to the consultation on time.
- On the day of the procedure conclude a contract for the provision of paid services at the registry.
- Pay the invoice at the cash desk of the RCMC or via ЕРИП (SSIS: Single Settlement and Information Space)