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Heart Surgery

Pioneers in the industry, we offer Coronary Angioplasty, Coronary Angiography and CABG Surgery from India.

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Angioplasty physically opens the channel of diseased arterial segments (see below), relieves the recurrence of chest pain, increases the quality of life and reduces other complications of the disease. Since it is performed through a little needle hole in the groin (or sometimes the arm) it is much less invasive than surgery and can be repeated more often should the patient develop disease in the same, or another, artery in the future Risks:
  • Allergic reaction to the x-ray dye
  • Bleeding in area where the catheter was inserted
  • Blockage of blood flow to an area of the heart (very rare).
  • Reduce the risk of death in some patients
  • Damage to a heart valve or blood vessel
  • Bleeding
  • Infection 

Complication
  • Reaction to contrast dye
  • Kidney problems
  • Damage to the lining of the artery (called dissection)
  • Reduce the risk of death in some patients
  • Blockages developing in arteries downstream from the treated artery from particles of the plaque breaking free (called embolization).

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Hip arthroplasty is a surgical procedure in which the hip joint is replaced by a prosthetic implant. Such joint replacement orthopedic surgery generally it is conducted to relieve arthritis pain or fix severe physical joint damage as part of the hip fracture treatment. Hip replacements under go lots of cyclical stress. 
Risks:Because angiography involves puncturing an artery, internal bleeding or haemorrhage are possible complications of the test.X-rays carry risks of ionizing radiation exposure to the fetus; pregnant women are also advised to avoid this procedure.
  • There is always a slight chance of cancer from radiation. However, the benefit of an accurate diagnosis far outweighs the risk.
  • Women should always inform their physician or x-ray technologist if there is any possibility that they are pregnant.
  • If you have diabetes or kidney disease, the kidneys may be injured when contrast material is eliminated through the urine.
  • The catheter may damage a coronary artery. If this occurs, the artery may be repaired by emergency heart surgery.
  • A stroke.

Benefits:
  • No radiation remains in a patient's body after an x-ray examination.
  • X-rays usually have no side effects
  • Angiography may eliminate the need for surgery. If surgery remains necessary, it can be performed more accurately.

Angiography usually takes about half an hour to complete.
What to Expect After Coronary AngiographyAfter coronary angiography, you will be moved to a special care area, where you will rest and be monitored for several hours or overnight. During this time, your movement will be limited to avoid bleeding from the site where the catheter was inserted. While you recover in this area, nurses will check your heart rate and blood pressure regularly and see if there is any bleeding from the tube insertion site.A small bruise may develop on your arm, groin (upper thigh), or neck at the site where the catheter was inserted. That area may feel sore or tender for about a week. Be sure to let your doctor know if you develop problems such as:

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A pilonidal sinus means a nest of hairs under the skin over the tailbone. Hairs pass inwards through the little holes (sinuses) in the skin. Germs build up among the hairs, causing pain, swelling and discharge. Sometimes the sinuses like these form near old scars or between the fingers.
The OperationThe aim is to get rid of the hairs and close off the space under the skin. The problems are to get good healing and to stop the pilonidal sinus coming back. There are many operations for this, ranging from very small operations to major plastic surgery operations. In all methods the tissue is taken out. The differences are in the ways of getting the space healed up properly. One way is to let nature fill in the space with scar tissue. Another is to stitch up the space and let the wound heal. You would usually have a general anaesthetic and be completely asleep. For a small operation, numbing the skin with a local anaesthetic injection may be all that is needed. The skin with the sinuses is cut out. The space with its hairs is either cleaned out or is cut out. The space may be left open to fill in from inside to leave a widish scar. Alternatively the space is stitched up to heal with a narrow scar. Bigger operations are designed to move the scars away from the midline. Ask your surgeon which way he finds best. Most operations mean a day or two in hospital. The small operations with local anaesthesia are usually as day visits to hospital.
Any AlternativesIf you leave things as they are, the trouble will remain. It may get better on its own by the time you are 40 years old or so. Burning the deeper tissue with a phenol treatment is an alternative. It does not necessarily lead to better healing than the small operation.Before the operationStop smoking and get your weight down. (See Healthy Living). If you know that you have problems with your blood pressure, your heart, or your lungs, ask your family doctor to check that these are under control. Check the hospital's advice about taking the pill or hormone replacement therapy (HRT). Check you have a relative or friend who can come with you to hospital, take you home, and look after you for the first week after the operation. Bring all your tablets and medicines with you to hospital. On the ward, you may be checked for past illnesses and may have special tests, ready for the operation. Many hospitals now run special preadmission clinics, where you visit for an hour or two, a few weeks or so before the operation for these checks.After In HospitalIf you have had only a local anaesthetic you will be completely awake and alert throughout. Local anaesthetic will wear off after an hour or two, so the wound gradually gets uncomfortable. Take painkillers early to control any pain. Feeling in the wound may come back quicker after a general anaesthetic so that you should be ready to take painkillers inside an hour. The wound should be just about pain-free within a day or so. A general anaesthetic will make you slow, clumsy and forgetful for about 24 hours. Do not make important decisions, drive a car, use machinery, or even boil a kettle during that time. The wound will have a dressing. This may be held on by elastic net pants. Sometimes the space in the wound is packed with a an oily dressing or a special silicone sponge. Usually the nurses on the ward and the district nurses arrange to change the dressings as needed and to take out the stitches. Sometimes the wound is examined and cleaned in the out-patient department. The arrangements will be explained to you. The nurses will advise about sick notes, certificates etc.

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