MEDICAL PROGRAM FOR SURGERY OF REVASCULARIZATION OF THE MIOCARDIO
Myocardial revascularization surgery is the most frequent of cardiac surgeries and one of the greatest achievements obtained in surgery.
Myocardial revascularization with coronary grafts or angioplasty constitutes the conventional treatment of coronary ischemic disease.
In medicine, revascularization is the restoration of perfusion to a part of the body or organ that has undergone ischemia. It is usually carried out by surgical means. Vascular bypass and angioplasty are the first two means of revascularization.
The mission of coronary artery bypass surgery is to supply blood to the areas of the heart that suffer most from lack of irrigation as a result of the appearance and growth of coronary lesions.
In people with coronary heart disease, deposits of cholesterol and fats are formed in the coronary arteries. This process is called atherosclerosis and is progressive. If material continues to be deposited in the coronary arteries, they may become partially or completely blocked and, consequently, the heart may not receive enough oxygen transported by the blood. If this happens, it can lead to angina pectoris or even a myocardial infarction.
Through coronary artery bypass surgery, blood is delivered to the areas that are behind the coronary lesions and, therefore, they receive the least amount of water.
It is indicated in patients with extensive coronary disease after an acute myocardial infarction in which percutaneous revascularization was not possible.
SURGICAL PROGRAM FOR MYOCARDIAL REVASCULARIZATION
Hospitalization (21 days)
Hospitalization in a private room for 18 days (meals and nursing care included)
Initial evaluation and preparation of clinical history
Medical care for inpatient care
Hospitalization in intensive cardiovascular care (3 days)
Consultation with dentistry specialist
Prophylaxis with instruments
Pre-surgical and post-surgical research
Complete blood count
Blood group and RH factor
Total serum proteins
X-rays of thorax
Pre-surgical and post-surgical electrocardiogram
Pre-surgical and post-surgical Echocardiogram
Coronariography if necessary
Right cardiac catheterization (if necessary)
Surgical Procedure. General Anesthesia and deep venous approach.
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Post-Surgical Rehabilitation (18 sessions)
Medical report, conclusions and recommendations.
Note: Accomodation of the patient's companion: for 40.00 USD per day (meals concluded).
When the patient isevaluated directly by the specialists the price of the Program coud vary.
Medications, blood products or odontological procedures derived from the corresponding consultations are not included.
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