Procedures | Types of Surgeries

Complex
Aorta Surgery

We tailor our approach to the individual needs of each patient, by employing a multidisciplinary team in our center. Patients are evaluated with echocardiogram, CT scan or MRI, and cardiac catheterization, when required.

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Coronary
Artery Surgery

Coronary artery bypass surgery restores normal blood flow to the heart by creating a “detour” (bypass) around the blocked artery/arteries. This is done by using a healthy blood vessel, called a graft.

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Minimally
Invasive Heart Surgery

Minimally invasive heart surgery involves making small incisions in the right side of your chest to reach the heart between the ribs, rather than cutting through the breastbone, as is done in open-heart surgery.

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Transcatheter
Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR)

Aortic stenosis, which means the aortic valve has narrowed over time and results in restricted blood flow to the aorta, is not just a part of aging, but a serious condition which can affect middle-aged or younger adults.

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