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The Department of Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery comprises of the Best Cardiothoracic surgeons in Coimbatore with decades of collective experience behind them. With more than 13,000+ open-heart surgeries under our belt, we are the leading cardiovascular surgical programme in the region. Here, coronary artery bypass surgery is routinely performed, both on and off pump, with great success in our cardiac care unit. The team also has extensive experience with minimally invasive procedures such as the MIDCAB (minimally invasive direct coronary artery bypass), valve repairs, valve sparing aortic root replacement and many others.

Our expertise also includes Paediatric surgeries for congenital heart diseases such as repairs of ASD (atrial septal defect), VSD (ventricular septal defect) and TOF (tetralogy of fallot) and correction of TAPVR (total anomalous pulmonary venous return).

In fact, our hospital is one of the top heart hospitals in the region and was the first to perform complex surgery on a six-day-old infant with congenital heart disease.

Your heart is in safe hands!

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What is cardiothoracic surgery?
The heart, lungs, and chest are all treated by cardiothoracic surgery. From open heart surgeries to valve replacements, our cardiothoracic surgeons perform it all. Some of the most common cardiothoracic operations and procedures are as follows: Angioplasty.
Thoracic surgery is a procedure that involves the chest region, at times the heart is also involved along with the lungs, trachea, esophagus, and other organs involved in the chest region.
Thoracic surgeries are usually safe and involve no to minimal risks like bleeding. When the procedure is performed by expert thoracic surgeons patients have highly no chance to experience any risks after the surgery.
It is not quite possible to feel any pain during the surgery as the patient might be under anesthesia. But it’s quite possible to feel a little discomfort and pain after the surgery as the anesthesia wears out.
The most important things that people do that put them at risk for heart disease and stroke are eating poorly, not being active, smoking, and drinking too much. Behaviors that put people at risk can cause health problems like high blood pressure, high blood sugar, high blood lipids, and being overweight or obese.
Depending on what kind of surgery you had, it could take you anywhere from six to twelve weeks to get better. The people who did your surgery will be able to tell you how long it will probably take to get better. When you get home, you might feel tired and have some pain.


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