The therapeutic institutions in Turkey contain the best updates and technologies, as well as the therapeutic technology for different types of heart diseases, their branching accuracy, and the various disorders that may affect this muscle.
Our partners and most hospitals in Turkey and treatment centers specializing in heart surgery have the best equipment, artificial intelligence techniques and advanced smart devices used in heart failure treatments, catheters and other treatments.
Many hospitals and specialized centers cooperate and coordinate with the world’s leading and prestigious hospitals in this field to exchange expertise and experience, supply and apply the latest treatment technologies used in conjunction with these global leaders.
Based on these mutual understandings and agreements, these specialized treatment centers have been awarded distinguished quality marks, and the list is still going on for Turkish hospitals to extract these benefits as a result of that pace and the superior system that is being adopted.
Nearly 50 hospitals and more have obtained American accreditation (JCI) as well as health accreditation standards (SAS).
Turkey is the third best medical tourism country in the whole world.
Cardiac surgery is one of the treatments that has achieved a wide reputation in Turkey worldwide, as the country occupies an advanced position among the distinguished and nominated countries at the international level to perform everything related to heart surgeries in various cases and diseases that concern this member.
Where Turkey receives millions of tourists wishing for treatment, and from the available statistics, we find that this number is increasing annually.
Our hospitals in Turkey have a group of highly specialized and experienced cardiovascular surgeons, who are ideally qualified to perform any cardiac surgery.
A procedure used to return the abnormal heartbeat to a normal rhythm.
This procedure is used when the heart is beating too fast or irregularly. This is called an arrhythmia.
Arrhythmia can cause problems such as fainting, stroke, heart attack, and even sudden cardiac death.
With electrical cardioversion, a high-energy shock is sent to the heart to reset the normal rhythm.
What is the therapeutic procedure to increase the electrocardiogram?
Cardioversion is usually a scheduled procedure.
Sometimes health care providers need to do this as an emergency, if symptoms are severe.
You will be given medicine to put you to sleep before you receive the shocks.
Cardioversion is not the same as defibrillation, both use shocks to reset the heart
Defibrillation uses a stronger shock to stop very intense rhythms that can cause sudden death.
Changing the artery through the catheter (cardiac catheterization)
An arterial catheter is a thin, hollow tube that is placed in an artery in the wrist, groin, or other location and threaded through a blood vessel into the aorta and into the heart to more accurately measure blood pressure.
The catheter may also be used to obtain blood samples when necessary, and to measure the pressure within the cardiac chambers.
The catheter allows a coronary angiography to be performed.
Candidates for cardiac catheterization.
Your doctor may use cardiac catheterization to help diagnose these heart conditions:
Congenital heart defects.
Diseases related to the valves of the heart.
After an ECG test, you may need further exploration. If in doubt, your doctor may have to use cardiac catheterization.
Robot-assisted heart surgery
Closed heart surgery, also called closed heart surgery, is a type of minimally invasive surgery.
The cardiac surgeon uses a specially designed computer console to control delicate surgical instruments using ultra-thin robotic arms
This technology allows surgeons to perform certain types of complex heart surgeries with the advantages of making small incisions as well as precise movement control, while also providing patients with better outcomes.
Recovery after the operation
After surgery, you may be able to go home after two to five days.
Your health care team will track the progress of your condition and help you recover as quickly as possible.
Your health care team will provide instructions for recovery and returning to work, including instructions for activity, driving, incision care and diet.