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Answered! India’s Search For A World Class Heart Surgeon
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In layman terms, cardiothoracic surgery combines the correction of diseases of the heart which is (cardiac) and lungs (thoracic). These are two separate areas of surgical branches requiring immense dedication on the part of the would-be practitioners. Cardiothoracic surgery is a highly specialised subject that requires a minimum of seven years and a maximum of nine years or longer to study and of course years of practice to become a full fledged surgeon. Generally the study is a combination of cardio-thoracic but it can be extended or exchanged in the form of Thoracic-Vascular or Cardio-Vascular-Thoracic surgery. These are highly specialised fields and take a lot of time; therefore few medical practitioners are ready to take the plunge. But those who risk their time are sure to be rewarded with knowledge which with proper use attracts widespread fame.
The organ heart has always been considered one of the essentials of the human body. Any defects or disease of the heart has been carefully documented and the procedures for surgery have been meticulously recorded by surgeons over the decades. Even then it requires an advanced level of skill to perform such operations. The open heart surgery was the earliest form of heart surgery with the first one done way back in September 1952. The patient’s blood was made to bypass the heart due to which it was called Heart Bypass surgery. A recent form of heart surgery that is slowly gaining a lot of recognition is the Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery or MICS CABG (Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery/Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting). This involves the use of robots that assist in heart surgery and the procedure is also highly simplified. The procedure includes making 3 small incisions in the patient that will enable the small arms of the robot to go in and the surgeon then directs the arms.
India always had and still has an acute shortage of good heart surgeons who are well versed in minimally invasive surgery of the heart. Delhi is no different from the rest of the country and a good cardiothoracic surgeon in Delhi is almost a rarity. This demand is answered head on by Dr. Pradeep Nambiar MS, FRCS, FRCSC-Canada (Cardiac Surgery) and his band of specialised doctors who provide every form of surgery regarding the heart and lungs in Delhi. Dr. Nambiar has served tenure at Cleveland Clinic Heart Centre as a resident surgeon and has been one of the leading exponents in Minimally Invasive CABG in Delhi. The Doctor has years of experience and is a widely respected figure in not only Delhi but also in neighbouring states for his radical approaches and an amazing success rate. Contact him today for more information on surgery procedures or appointment.
If you would like to learn more about cardiothoracic surgery visit : www.thecardiacsurgeon.in. A leading team of cardiothoracic surgeon are there to help you.
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