For many decades health experts have been looking for means to reduce the complications of high risk surgeries including cardiac related operations. The medical experts of Parul Sevashram are amongst those who have been making countless efforts towards finding innovative ways of reducing the risks associated with such surgeries. In yet another successful breakthrough in these efforts, the hospital recently recorded two successful cases of a Minimal Invasive Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery (CABG). Through its new advancements in technology, the hospital has been successful at finding ways to maneuver from open-heart bypass surgeries to more safe and stress free minimally invasive surgeries. 

Being the first hospital in the city to provide this surgery, this 750 bedded multispeciality proved to be effective and reliable through the way it handled cases of triple vessel disease & single-vessel disease. Two patients, one from Gujarat and another from Madhya Pradesh having the condition of triple vessel disease & single-vessel disease. The two patients underwent this surgery and they were successfully discharged on the 4th postoperative day with no complications. The surgeries have set a leading record for heart related medical procedures which not only ensure the most effective treatment, but also guarantee patient safety. 

Minimally invasive heart surgery can be done to treat a variety of heart conditions; it involves making small incisions in the right side of the chest to reach the heart between the ribs, rather than cutting through the sternum, as is done in open-heart surgery. Compared with open-heart surgery, this type of surgery causes less pain and a quicker recovery for many people; as mentioned by Dr Parth Bharat Solanki, CVTS surgeon at Parul Sevashram Hospital.

The potential benefits of minimally invasive heart surgery when compared with open-heart surgery can include:

Less blood loss

Lower risk of infection

Reduced trauma and pain

Shorter time in the hospital, faster recovery and quicker return to normal activities

Smaller, Less noticeable scars

“At PSH, the advanced setup and instrumentation and the team of surgeons supported by the anesthetist and the paramedic team providing the needed expertise while performing minimally invasive procedures and the benefits of PMJAY MAA are also available which is like a boon for the patients at large” said Dr. Geetika M Patel, the Hospital’s Medical Director. 

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