Cutting-edge expertise to keep your valves functioning optimally
At Artemis Cardiac Centre, we are committed to providing you with world-class care and unparalleled expertise to help you beat complex valve disorders and conditions. The hospital offers the finest percutaneous valvular interventions, backed by the most advanced imaging modalities and expertise of a dedicated team of specialists, holding years of expertise in the field. Here, every procedure is guided by precision and curated by keeping in view your specific requirements, for a personalized yet comprehensive approach. The hospital has dedicated operating units, labs and intensive care units all adhering to stringent benchmarks of quality and safety because we believe in giving you an experience that is at par with the best.
The term percutaneous valvular interventions is used for various minimally invasive procedures that are performed to address problems involving the heart valves. The procedures used cardiac catheterization techniques and detailed imaging guidance for replacing or repairing damaged heart valves. The human heart has four valves, each of which serves a crucial purpose, however, there are conditions that can prevent the valves from functioning optimally, often giving rise to potentially life-threatening symptoms.
The procedures are performed with the aim of improving heart function and alleviating symptoms, that can otherwise aggravate, interfere with the quality of the patients life and give rise to serious complications. Despite its effectiveness, the procedure might not be an option for everyone and it is crucial to determine your eligibility for the same before proceeding. Doctors generally do this by assessing the potential risks and analyzing your overall health and well-being.
Percutaneous valve interventions are used for treating any of the following conditions:
Various Advantages of Percutaneous Valvular Interventions are:
As the procedure is minimally invasive there is significantly less trauma and damage to surrounding tissues
The patients tend to recover at a faster pace with earlier return to normal day-to-day activities
It helps to give immediate relief from symptoms that do not respond to medication
The procedure helps to negate the risks of serious complications like aneurysm rupture
The procedure may be an option for patients who do not qualify for open heart surgery.
The procedure is minimally invasive which means there is little to no scarring
The patient is usually discharged within a day
The procedure helps to preserve the integrity of the natural valve
The patient does not need to take blood thinners following the procedure
The patient can resume normal, day-to-day activities sooner
The procedure helps to enhance the patient’s heart function
It doesn’t involve high-level needle penetration or surgical intervention
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It offers a less invasive alternative to open-heart surgery
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The procedure helps to restore and improve the flow of blood
The procedure helps to alleviate pain and discomfort
It helps to reduce unnecessary pressure, thereby lowering risks of heart failure
It boosts heart function, thereby improving exercise tolerance
The procedure can help to add quality years to the life of the patient.
It is minimally invasive which means less bleeding and scarring
Undergoing the procedure can help to reestablish normal blood flow
The procedure can enhance a patient’s tolerance to various physical activities.
The procedure can help to relieve pain, discomfort and other symptoms
The procedure can help patients who are at a high risk of having a heart attack
The procedure helps to prevent various health complications
It is minimally invasive, which means fewer complications
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