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Procedures for heart problems

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Balloon Valvotomy

Balloon Valvotomy

This is a non-surgical procedure performed by a cardiologist to open up narrowed valves. As part of the procedure, a special catheter with a balloon at the tip is positioned in such a way that the balloon tip is inside the narrowed valve. The balloon is inflated and deflated repeatedly to widen the valve opening post which the balloon is deflated and removed. The procedure takes around an hour but the patient might have to stay in the hospital for a day.

Pacemaker Implantation

Pacemaker Implantation

This procedure involves implanting a pacemaker in the chest (usually just below the collarbone). Pacemaker is an electronic device that helps regulate the heartbeat in cases where it is slow or irregular.

Bypass Surgery (CABG)

Bypass Surgery (CABG)

CABG, Coronary Artery Bypass Graft Surgery, is a treatment for coronary artery disease (CAD). CAD involves narrowing of coronary arteries due to build-up of fatty material on the insides of the arteries, thereby causing blockages. The CABG procedure involves bypassing the blocked portion of the artery with a blood vessel (or graft) from a different part of the body.

Angioplasty

Angioplasty

A coronary angioplasty is a surgical procedure used to widen blocked or narrowed coronary arteries, the main blood vessels supplying the heart. The procedure is also called a percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty or percutaneous coronary intervention.

Angiography

Angiography

A coronary angiogram or coronary angiography is a non-surgical procedure that uses X-ray imaging test to see if there's a restriction in blood flow going to the heart.

EP Study

EP Study

A cardiac electrophysiology study is a minimally invasive procedure using catheters introduced through a vein or artery to record electrical activity from within the heart.

TAVI

TAVI

Transcatheter aortic valve implantation (TAVI) is a less invasive approach to treat a diseased aortic valve which involves inserting a catheter into a blood vessel in your upper leg or chest and passing it towards your aortic valve.

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Patient Queries

Asked by - Mr. Devkaran shah

When can I go home after angiography?

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Dr. Mayank Bhushan

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You can go on the same day or may be required to stay overnight in the hospital following the procedure.

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Asked by - Ms. Neha Agarwal

How soon can you go back to work after an angiogram?

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Dr. Geeta Billal

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In general, you may return to work 3 days after an angiogram, and after 1 week following a straightforward angioplasty. If you have had a heart attack then you will likely need 4-6 weeks off work.

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Asked by - Mr. Anshuman Singh

How soon can you drive after a heart catheterization?

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Dr. Syeda Noor

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You should not drive at all until at least 24 hours after your procedure. If medicine was used to help you relax during the procedure, you should not make any important personal or business decisions until the next day. Rest quietly today. You may shower 24 hours after your procedure.

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Asked by - Mr. Ravi Gurbaxani

How long is hospital stay for bypass surgery?

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Dr. Kuldeep Pari

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You'll usually need to stay in hospital for around 5-7 days after having a coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) so medical staff can closely monitor your recovery.

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Asked by - Mr. Jagmeet Singh Jolly

What is the procedure for inserting a pacemaker?

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Dr. Kuldeep Pari

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A small incision, approximately 5 cm long, is made in the upper chest.After that a lead (thin insulated wire) is guided through the vein into the heart. Your doctor connects the lead to the pacemaker and programs the device. Post this the pacemaker is then inserted beneath the skin and doctor tests the pacemaker to ensure it is working properly and incision is then closed.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What all does the fixed price package include?

The fixed price package typically covers all costs associated with the surgery. This typically includes:

  • Hospital admission charges

  • Surgery charges including surgeon fees, anaesthetist fees and OT charges

  • Standard pre-surgery pathology and radiology diagnostic tests

  • Hospital stay

  • Cost of drugs consumed during stay at hospital

Typical exclusions:

  • Cost of transportation to and from hospital

  • Room upgrades

  • Cost of implants


How long will an angioplasty process take?

The procedure takes about 30 minutes to complete and you will be awake the entire time


When can I go home after angioplasty?

You may require to stay overnight in the hospital for your heart to monitor and adjust your medications.


How will the angioplasty test feel?

A slight burning or flushing sensation can be felt during the procedure


What has to be done before an angioplasty?

You would require a routine blood test and an electrocardiogram before the procedure.


What is Angioplasty?

When one of the arteries in the heart gets blocked, it is treated by a procedure called angioplasty. In this procedure, a stent is placed in the artery to clear the blockage. This gets the blood flowing into the artery again.


What causes a blockage in an artery?

Arteries carry blood from the heart to other parts of the body. Over time, they accumulate plaque which is made of fat deposits, calcium, cholesterol and other wastes.

Having high blood pressure, eating foods high in cholesterol, diabetes and smoking increase the chances of accumulation of plaque in the arteries.


What are the symptoms that indicate the need for coronary angioplasty?

As plaque slowly builds up in an artery, there are no signs of it. But, when the artery gets blocked, people experience:

  • Shortness of breath

  • Chest pain

  • Tightness in the chest

  • Heart attack


How long will an angiography process take?

The procedure takes about half an hour to complete


When can I go home after angiography?

You can go on the same day or may be required to stay overnight in the hospital following the procedure


How will the angiography test feel?

A slight burning or flushing sensation can be felt after the dye is inserted


What is the next procedure after angiography?

The angiography will show the doctor how many of your coronary arteries are blocked or narrowed by fatty plaques, this will help the doctor to determine what treatment is best for you and how critical you heart condition is


Are there any side effects because of the contrast dye been inserted?

There may be an allergic reaction to the dye, not any major side effects of the dye


What is an Angiography?

Angiography is an imaging test to take a look at a patients’ blood vessels. It is used to find out if there are any blocked arteries.


What causes a blockage in an artery?

Arteries carry blood from the heart to other parts of the body. Over time, they accumulate plaque which is made of fat deposits, calcium, cholesterol and other wastes.

Having high blood pressure, eating foods high in cholesterol, diabetes and smoking increase the chances of accumulation of plaque in the arteries.


What are the symptoms that indicate a need for an angiogram?

As plaque slowly builds up in an artery, there are no signs of it. But, when the artery gets blocked, people experience:

  • Shortness of breath

  • Chest pain

  • Tightness in the chest

  • Heart attack


How are clogged arteries diagnosed?

The doctor can diagnose clogged arteries using angiography or other tests like:

  • Echocardiogram

  • Chest X-ray

  • CT scan

  • MRI

  • Cholesterol screening


What are the diet restrictions to be followed after an angiogram?

The following are the dietary restrictions to be followed after an angiogram.

  • 2-3 litres of water and fluids

  • Simple, nutritious, bland food

  • Healthy fats like nuts, seeds, avocado

  • Whole grains, meat, fish

  • Avoid sugary foods and limit your salt intake


How is an angiography procedure done?

  • The patient is made to lie on the back

  • A sedative is given to the patient to make him/her relax

  • A BP monitor is attached to keep track of the heart rate throughout the procedure

  • A catheter is inserted in the groin or arm area

  • Dye is injected through the catheter and as it moves through the body, the doctor can see the veins and arteries clearly and detects any blocked arteries


What is the recovery time after a coronary angiogram?

The patient can resume normal activities from the next day of the angiography procedure.


Does an angiogram carry any risks?

There are very less complications through this treatment. Some of the risks may be:

  • Soreness

  • Bruising

  • Bleeding at the cut where the catheter was inserted


What is an EPS study?

An EP study or electrophysiology study is a procedure that helps to determine the heart’s electrical activity.


Who requires an electrophysiology (EPS) study?

People with irregular heart beat also known as arrhythmias will require an electrophysiology study.


Do I have to fast before an EPS procedure?

You should remain on fast for 12 hours before the procedure. However, you can take a few sips of water before 2 hours of an EP study.


How long does it take for an electrophysiology study?

It takes anywhere between two to six hours to complete an electrophysiology procedure.


For how long should I stay in hospital after the procedure?

EPS study is an outpatient procedure. You can return home on the same day of the procedure. However, the doctor might ask you to stay back based on your condition after an EPS study.


Can I drive home after the procedure?

The soreness of the EPS procedure will remain for a few days. It is not suggested to drive a vehicle for at least one week after the procedure.


How quickly can I resume work after an EPS study?

If your work isn’t strenuous, you can get back to work after 3-4 days of the procedure. However, ensure that you avoid excessive strain for the initial few days after the procedure.


What are the risks involved with the procedure?

The risks associated with the procedure are unlikely. However, in rarest of the rare cases, there could be bleeding or bruising at the site of catheter insertion and blood clots in lungs or legs.


Can I do regular household chores after an EPS study?

You might feel slight pain at the catheter insertion site after the procedure is done. Do not involve yourself in lifting heavy weights or do strenuous work until your incision site is completely healed.


What is RFA?

RFA or radiofrequency ablation is a common type of catheter ablation that is performed to determine several conditions that result in irregular heartbeat.


Is it normal to have pain after Radiofrequency ablation (RFA)?

It is normal to experience some amount of pain after an RFA procedure. It might take up to two to three weeks of time until you find a noticeable decrease in the amount of pain.


How is Ayu Health able to offer more affordable prices than other hospitals?

Ayu Health hospitals are typically 30-50% cheaper than other equivalent hospitals. It's time to debunk the myth that quality comes at higher prices - Ayu Health is on a mission to provide the highest quality healthcare at affordable prices.

The Ayu Health network enables significantly lower costs for its partner hospitals through the following mechanisms:

  • Better utilization - our hospitals operate at almost 50% higher utilization levels than the industry average. Since healthcare is a largely fixed cost business, better utilization results in lower cost of serving each patient.

  • Higher efficiency in operations through Ayu Health technology - Ayu Health’s proprietary technology (OPD digitization, patient data management, etc.) allows hospitals to provide a superior patient experience at lower costs.

  • Lower procurement costs - our hospitals procure drugs & consumables in bulk, bringing down a significant portion of expenses associated with each procedure



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