Cardiovascular Surgery | Closed Heart Surgery | Minimally Invasive Surgery

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About Minimally Invasive Method


With the minimally invasive surgery,  breastbone can’t  be open and patient has an incision of 4-5 cm or less.Minimally invasive surgery is an advanced cardiac surgery method. Minimally invasive surgery uses in heart valve repair, heart valve replacement and bypass surgery.

Minimally Invasive Heart Surgery

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In minimally invasive surgery, doctors don’t broke any bones. Healing process is quite short in minimally invasive surgery. After surgery, most patients are moving around as few as 10 days.

How Long Does It Take Heart Valve Surgery?

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Heart valve surgery can be operate for heart valve repair or replacement.The Heart valve surgery can take anywhere about 4 hours or more, depending on the number of valves that need to be repaired or replaced.

Advantages of Minimally Invasive

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Minimally invasive surgery has lower risk than classical heart surgery. During minimally invasive heart surgery, the patient’s heart isn’t stop and not broke chestbones. For this reason, there is no risk of bleeding or infection

Before Heart Valve Surgery


Before the surgery, patients must take some important tests  like an ECG, blood test, chest and lung X-ray.  Patients should see their dentist against to risk of infection and they must be talk about their medications.

After Heart Valve Surgery

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Patients will be discharged about 1 week after cardiac valve surgery. Patient can expect to return to their normal activity level one week after heart valve surgery. Patients should take care about a good diet and a regular exercise routine.

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Surgery in Old Age

Minimally invasive, suitable for patients who over 65 years of age with diabetes and hypertension. Minimal invasive surgery safer than open heart surgery.  In minimally invasive surgery one of most important issues experience and knowledge of the cardiovascular physician.

Risk of Minimally Invasive

  • As with any surgery, there is risk of anesthetic and infection
  • Blood loss
  • Patient’s age and sex
  • Patient’s body weight


How to Prevent Heart Disease?

The precautions to be taken to prevent against heart diseases are;

  • Stop smoking and drinking alcoholic beverage
  • Make a healthy diet plan
  • Increase your daily physical activity
  • Balance your blood sugar
  • Manage weight control
  • Control your cholesterol
  • Do exercise like a swimming and hiking
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