Aortic Mitral Valve Repair Surgery Package Details
Aortic Mitral Valve Repair Surgery Cost In India
1. Single Room $10,000 USD *
2. Twin Sharing Room $9500 USD *
* this is an approximate price only
Stay In Hospital : 9 Days
Post Discharge Stay in India : 7 Days
Success Rate of Aortic Mitral Valve Repair Surgery in India : 98%
Aortic Mitral Valve Repair Surgery Package Inclusions :
Hospital Room Charges (For The Specified Period)
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Because we have the right expertise and knowledge of organizing medical travel tours for clients from across the globe. We have have been serving our clients with full dedication and sincerity. We are proud to work with the best internationally certified hospitals and doctors which enable us to to give you high quality treatments at very affordable prices in India. We have facilitated over 1200+ patients from across the globe with high quality and exceptional services. Out medical tour to India is budget friendly and takes care of all your requirements. We provide a very affordable low cost Aortic Mitral Valve Repair Surgery in India at top cardiac hospitals in Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai etc. Not only is Aortic Mitral Valve Repair Surgery price in India the cheapest in the world but also has the best success rate among all the countries.
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India has some of the best hospitals for Aortic Mitral Valve Repair Surgery that conduct these surgeries highly affordable price. Cost of Aortic Mitral Valve Repair Surgery in India is the lowest in the world. Backed by top cardiac surgeons and latest medical technologies the success rate of Aortic Mitral Valve Repair Surgery is extremely good. There are various Aortic Mitral Valve Repair Surgery packages available to the patients who need to undergo this surgery.
About Aortic Mitral Valve Repair Surgery In India
(PLEASE NOTE : CE FDA APPROVED St. Jude Valve will be used for the valve repair surgery. If you want a valve of specific brand that too can be arranged.)
Aortic Mitral Valve Repair Surgery In India is required when the aortic/mitral valve does not work correctly. This can be caused by:
Mitral Valve stenosis: These stiff, fused, thickened, inflexible valve leaflets lead to the narrowing of the Mitral Valve, that limits the blood flow. Mitral Valve stenosis progresses when calcium is deposited on the valve leaflets, further limiting their mobility. Stenosis can occur in patients with either a tricuspid (3 leaflets) or a bicuspid (2 leaflets) Mitral Valve.
Mitral Valve regurgitation (also called valvular insufficiency, incompetence or “leaky valve”): These valve leaflets do not close completely. Regurgitation causes the blood that is ejected by the heart to immediately flow back into the heart once the heart stops squeezing and relaxes. Regurgitation may occur because of floppy leaflets (prolapse), abnormal congenitally deformed valves (bicuspid or unicuspid), infection of the valve (endocarditis), inability of the leaflets to close tightly due to dilatation of the aorta (aneurysm), holes in the leaflets, or rheumatic valve disease.
Congenital Mitral Valve Disease
Patients with bicuspid aortic valves are born with them and are present in about 1 – 2 percent of the population. Instead of the normal three leaflets or cusps, the bicuspid aortic valve has only two. Without the third leaflet, the valve opening may not close completely and leak (regurgitant) or not open completely and become narrowed (stenotic) or leak.
In many cases, bicuspid Mitral Valve may function normally for several years without requiring treatment. About 25 percent of patients with bicuspid aortic valves may have some enlargement of the aorta above the valve. If it is greatly dilated, the aorta is known as being aneurismal.
Acquired Mitral Valve Disease
With acquired aortic valve conditions, changes occur in the structure of the valve. Acquired Mitral Valve conditions include:
Infective endocarditis is a bacterial infection of the valve, which is caused when bacteria enter your blood stream from the site of a remote infection and attach to the surface of your heart valves. Dental cleaning or even minor infection, such as a tooth abscess, can cause severe bacterial endocarditis of the aortic valve. Rheumatic fever is usually caused by a bacterial throat infection, such as strep throat. The valve itself is not infected in rheumatic fever, but antibodies developed by the body to fight infection react with the heart valves, causing stiffening and fusion of the leaflets of the Mitral Valve.
Mitral Valve degeneration from wear and tear is another cause of acquired aortic valve disease. In many patients, the Mitral Valve leaflets degenerate and become calcified with time. This most frequently causes aortic stenosis, but may also cause aortic regurgitation. This is the most common cause of aortic stenosis in people over the age of 65.
Other causes of Mitral Valve disease include: rheumatoid arthritis, chronic inflammatory diseases, lupus, syphilis, hypertension, aortic aneurysms, connective tissue diseases, and less commonly, tumors, some types of drugs and radiation for cancers or lymphoma.
How is Aortic Mitral Valve Repair Surgery In India done:
If you do not have symptoms or heart damage, you will need to protect your valve from further damage by following precautions to reduce the risk of infective endocarditis, and you may need to take medications. In addition, surgery may be needed to treat your condition if you have symptoms, evidence of heart damage, or heart failure.
There are two types of aortic mitral valve surgery in India: Aortic Mitral Valve Repair Surgery in India and Aortic Mitral Valve Replacement Surgery in India .
During Aortic Mitral Valve Repair Surgery In India, including aorta surgery in India, the mitral valve may be repaired or replaced. The results of your diagnostic tests, the structure of your heart, your age, the presence of other medical conditions and other factors will be considered to determine whether mitral valve repair or replacement is the best surgical approach for you.
Mitral Valve Repair Replacement Surgery In India can be performed using traditional heart valve surgery or minimally invasive approaches.
Traditional Mitral Valve Replacement Surgery In India
During traditional Mitral Valve Replacement Surgery In India, a surgeon makes a 6- to 8-inch incision down the center of your sternum, and part or all of the sternum (breastbone) is divided to provide direct access to your heart. The surgeon then repairs or replaces your abnormal heart valve or mitral valves.
Minimally Invasive Mitral Valve Replacement Surgery In India
Minimally invasive Mitral Valve Replacement Surgery In India is a type of Mitral Valve Replacement Surgery performed through smaller, 2- to 4-inch incisions without opening your whole chest. This is typically done with a “J” incision and leaves your chest stable. The benefit of Minimally invasive mitral valve surgery in India is that it reduces blood loss, trauma, length of hospital stay and may accelerate recovery.
Most patients who require isolated mitral valve surgery are candidates for minimally invasive mitral valve surgery, but your surgeon will review your diagnostic tests and determine if you are a candidate for this type of mitral valve surgery.
Who needs Aortic Mitral Valve Repair Surgery In India
Many patients with mitral valve disease are asymptomatic (have no symptoms), even when the stenosis (narrowing) or insufficiency (leak) are severe.
Risks Associated With Aortic Mitral Valve Repair Surgery
After an Mitral Valve Repair Surgery In India, several complications could occur, although most of these are rare. Some possible complications are:
- Infection – the new valve can become infected and inflamed (endocarditis), which can damage your heart. You will be given antibiotics to reduce the risk.
- Clotting – this is more likely if you have had mechanical valve replacement. You will be prescribed anticoagulant medication if this is a significant risk
- Stroke – the supply of blood to the brain becomes blocked.
- The valve may wear out or become damaged – this is more likely if you are under 60 years old and have had a biological valve replacement.
- Irregular heart beat (arrhythmia) – this affects 25% of people temporarily, and 1–2% of people need to have a pacemaker fitted (a small battery-operated device that is inserted under the skin in your chest to help your heart beat regularly).