Coronary bypass surgeries are performed on the basis of various techniques.
Surgery on the beating heart
A surgical technique that prevents possible side effects of equipment supporting the heart and lungs, results in shorter intensive care periods and facilitates recovery.
Surgery utilizing arteries
This method is preferred, as it ensures prolonged patency in comparison to vessels obtained from lower extremities.
No-touch aorta surgery
This technique is practiced in order to avoid complications that may result from ‘touching’ the aorta.
Minimally invasive surgery
A surgical technique where the sternum is not opened completely in eligible cases.
A technique aimed at patients who are not eligible for general anesthesia and/or would like to be hospitalized for a shorter period of time.
Cardiac valve surgery
Complex cardiac valve repair
Special surgical techniques that make it possible for high-risk patients to undergo operations
Surgeries where the sternum is not opened completely in eligible cases
Surgeries for aortic aneurysm and aortic dissection
Operations performed on patients who previously underwent one or more cardiac surgeries.
High-risk cardiac surgery
Special surgical techniques aimed at patients who have been evaluated as high-risk cases and deemed inoperable at other hospitals
Surgery in congenital heart diseases
Relevant cases are evaluated together with the department of pediatric cardiology. Preoperative and postoperative close observation and treatment are then planned in collaboration with pediatric intensive care specialists.
Robotic cardiac surgery