Cardiac Surgery Yemini patient with Mitral Valve Disease undergoes lifesaving 29 minute robotic procedure by Apollo Hospitals

Cardiac Surgery: Yemini patient with Mitral Valve Disease undergoes lifesaving 29 minute robotic procedure by Apollo Hospitals

The 38-year-old patient from Yemen was having long-standing Mitral Valve Disease (MVD) and analysing his condition the doctors at Apollo hospital performed a robotic Mitral Valve Replacement (MVR) surgery with a mechanical valve on the patient. Now the patient has successfully recovered with no complications and has returned to his homeland.

Bengaluru: A team of doctors from the Apollo Hospitals Bangalore completed a lifesaving robotic procedure based cardiac surgery on a Yemeni patient with Mitral Valve Disease (MVD)), in 29 minutes.

According to the hospital, the 38-year-old patient from Yemen was having long-standing MVD and his condition was critical, characterised by Mitral Valve Prolapse (MVP) with severe regurgitation, moderate pulmonary arterial hypertension, and biventricular dysfunction with a TAPSE[1] of 12mm.

Analysisng his condition the patient underwent a robotic Mitral Valve Replacement (MVR) surgery with a mechanical valve which went for “29 minutes”. The patient has successfully recovered with no complications and has now returned to his homeland.

Successful Cardiac Surgery by Apollo Hospitals Bangalore

Dr. Sathyaki Nambala, Chief Cardiac Surgeon, Apollo Hospitals, Bangalore, said, “The robotic Mitral Valve replacement, which we now perform routinely, exemplifies how advanced technology and a multidisciplinary approach can transform complex cardiac surgeries into efficient, life-saving procedures. Completing this procedure in just 29 minutes is a testament to the robotic expertise of our team here as well as our commitment to excellence in patient care.”

Source: indiatimes.com

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