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ROBOTIC CARDIOVASCULAR SURGERY Mostly used in cardiovascular area, robotic surgery is an effective and advanced surgical method showing the highpoint of healthcare technology. Get Information CORONARY BYPASS SURGERY Everything you've been wondering about Bypass! CLICK FOR DETAILS THE RHYTHM OF THE HEART IS THE MOST BEAUTIFUL MELODY PROTECT YOUR HEART ! BLOG MITRAL VALVE REPAIR EFFECTIVE METHOD IN THE TREATMENT OF THE MITRAL VALVE! Read More FOLLOW US! CHECK YOUR HEART HEALTH WITH CURRENT AND SIMPLE INFORMATIONS! FACEBOOK INSTAGRAM

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Prof. Dr. Mustafa Güden

MITRAL VALVE REPAIR

Mustafa Güden ; KStanding among the most common cardiac diseases, mitral valve problems cause valve insufficiency and stenosis. Located between the left ventricle and atrium, this valve enables the heart flow to a single direction, preventing a backflow. When something goes wrong and it cannot properly function anymore, some of the blood flows backwards.

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NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL STUDIES

Professor Doctor Mustafa Güden who has conducted over one hundred training organizations in more than thirty countries and in many regions of Turkey passes on his experiences and the researches he has run on cardiovasculer surgery field.

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GENERAL VIEW ON CARDIOVASCULAR SURGERIES BY MUSTAFA GÜDEN

The first doctor patients with cardiac problems visit is a cardiologist. Cardiologists examine the patients taking many criteria into account: test results, patient’s complaints, life quality, age, etc. after a thorough examination, they may end up concluding that the best treatment method is surgery. When surgery seems to be the best option, they refer the patient to a surgeon. At this point, the patient gets the first appointment from a cardiovascular surgeon.

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Mitral Valve Repair

Standing among the most common cardiac diseases, mitral valve problems cause valve insufficiency and stenosis. Located between the left ventricle and atrium, this valve enables the heart flow to a single direction, preventing a backflow.

Aortic Aneurysm Surgery

Originating from the heart, the aorta is the largest artery that enables blood distribution throughout the body. An enlargement up to a point doubling the normal diameter of the aorta, which may occur due to various reasons (congenital, high blood pressure, structural defects, atherosclerosis etc.), is called aortic aneurysm. one of the treatment methods of this disease is the aortic aneurysm surgery.

Robotic Cardiovas Surgery

Mostly used in cardiovascular area, robotic surgery is an effective and advanced surgical method showing the highpoint of healthcare technology. In cardiovascular area, the following operations can be performed with robotic

Endoscopic Cardiac Surgery

Endoscopic cardiac surgery, also known as closed cardiac surgery, is a minimally invasive technique. In other words, this technique causes minimal damage on tissues. Through small incisions, special devices are used to access the operation area. An endoscopic ..

2nd, 3rd & 4th - time Cardiac Operations

In cardiovascular surgery, especially coronary bypass operations, may need to be repeated. Taking potential consequences into account, surgeons sometimes conclude that a second operation is necessary or prefer alternative treatment methods, depending on the medical

Pericardiectomy

Briefly, pericardiectomy is the surgical removal of the pericardium, the membrane sac that surrounds the heart. Pericardiectomy becomes inevitable when the pericardium becomes stiff and calcific, hindering the heart from functioning properly. When the entire pericardium ..

Advantages of Endoscopic Cardiac Surgery

First of all, it should be known that when performed by an experienced team, endoscopic cardiac surgery (closed cardiac operation) does not involve additional risks for the patient. Endoscopic Cardiac Surgery Minimum incision on the skin…

2nd, 3rd3 & 4th Time Cardiac Operations

In cardiovascular surgery, especially coronary bypass operations, may need to be repeated. Taking potential consequences into account, surgeons sometimes conclude that a second operation is necessary or prefer alternative treatment methods,…