Heart Transplant In Delhi

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A heart transplant gives a patient with congenital heart disease the opportunity to have a normal heart with normal blood circulation. If the transplant goes well, heart function and blood flow will be better than ever. A heart transplant replaces the patient's heart with a donor heart. Doctors remove the patient's heart by transecting the aorta, the main pulmonary artery and the superior and inferior vena cavae, and dividing the left atrium, leaving the back wall of the left atrium with the pulmonary vein openings in place. The surgeon connects the donor heart by sewing together the recipient and donor vena cavae, aorta, pulmonary artery and left atrium. In patients with congenital heart disease, the surgeon may simultaneous transplant the lungs and the heart. http://www.bestheartsurgeoninindia.com

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Best Heart Surgeon In India:

Best Heart Surgeon I n I ndia Million of surgeries are done each year to correct heart problems among children and adults. Although there are more than a half-dozen types of heart surgeries, the most common treats coronary artery disease, which is caused when a fatty substance that accumulates inside the arteries blocks or slows down blood flow.   To treat this disease, a surgeon performs coronary artery bypass grafting, which uses a blood vessel taken from another part of the body to bypass the blocked artery. This can help prevent a heart attack. Heart surgery can repair heart valves that do not open and close properly, and can treat irregular heartbeats and chest pain. Diseased hearts can be replaced during a  heart transplant , and mechanical pumps can be inserted to help the heart function properly.  Heart surgery  can either be minimally invasive, where a small cut is made into the side of the chest or incision is made in the middle of the chest .

Dr. Rajneesh Malhotra :

Dr. Rajneesh Malhotra Chief-CTVS, Max Delhi & NCR Hospital Dr. Rajneesh Malhotra is the Chief of Cardiac Surgery at Max super Speciality Hospital, New Delhi. He also offers consultation at Dharm Clinic, Kalkaji , New Delhi. He is an expert in  Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery, Minimally Invasive Mitral Valve Replacement, and repairs, Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting (CABG), Aortic Valve Replacement and Repair, Atrial Septal Defects (ASD's), Robotic Cardiac Surgery .

Heart Transplant In Delhi:

Heart Transplant In Delhi A  heart transplant  gives a patient with  congenital heart disease  the opportunity to have a normal heart with normal blood circulation. If the transplant goes well, heart function and blood flow will be better than ever. A  heart transplant  replaces the patient's heart with a donor heart. Doctors remove the patient's heart by transecting the aorta, the main pulmonary artery and the superior and inferior vena cavae , and dividing the left atrium, leaving the back wall of the left atrium with the pulmonary vein openings in place. The surgeon connects the donor heart by sewing together the recipient and donor vena cavae , aorta, pulmonary artery and left atrium. In patients with  congenital heart disease , the surgeon may simultaneous transplant the lungs and the heart.

Why we need heart transplant?:

Why we need heart transplant? You may require a  heart transplant  for several reasons. The most common reason is that one or both ventricles have aren't functioning properly and severe heart failure is present. Ventricular failure can happen in many forms of  congenital heart disease , but is more common in congenital defects with a single ventricle or if long-standing valve obstruction or leakage has led to irreversible heart failure. http ://www.bestheartsurgeoninindia.com

How does it affect the heart?:

How does it affect the heart? The donor heart is matched to the recipient by blood type and body size. As the  heart transplant  recipient, you must take medications to prevent his or her immune system from rejecting the new heart. These drugs are called immunosuppressive medication. Your medical team will balance the amount of immunosuppressive medication you need to prevent rejection of your new heart with the risk of side effects, which include infection or cancer. What will I need in the future? After your  heart transplant , your cardiac team will monitor you closely for heart rejection, which can happen in the heart muscle cells or in the heart's arteries. They will also watch for side effects of the immunosuppressive medications, which include diabetes, infection, kidney disease, cancer or high blood pressure. If any of these problems arise, we will change the medication type or dose. We may also decide to change your immunosuppressive medications as new drugs become available.

Medical Follow-up :

Medical Follow-up You will require regular checkups after your transplant. At these visits, we will do blood tests to check the levels of your immunosuppressive drugs and look for side effects. He or she may also order electrocardiogram, echocardiogram and Holter monitoring to help monitor your heart rhythm and function, or an endo -myocardial biopsy, which is a diagnostic procedure that surveys the sufficiency of your immunosuppressive therapy. we will evaluate your coronary arteries yearly or every other year to monitor for signs of narrowed coronary arteries in your transplanted heart. You should also have routine medical checkups to maintain overall health.

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Contact us Dr. Rajneesh Malhotra (Chief Cardiac Surgeon)  Max Super Specaility Hospital, (East Block), Saket , New Delhi (India)  +91-11-26515050, +91-9999722781   +91-11-2651-0050 Consultation Hours Mon-Fri:  10AM - 8PM Sat-Sun:  By Special Appointment

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