Heart Surgery

Get treatment from top Heart Surgeons in Germany

Heart Surgery, also known as Cardiac Surgery, is performed by the heart specialists to correct any heart related disorders. The Aim of Cardiac Surgery is to make the heart function properly correcting the abnormalities of the Heart.

Inter Medical Assistance is associated with Top Hospitals and specialists in Germany for Cardiac Treatments of Adults as well as Paediatrics. We have treated a number of patients suffering from different heart disorders with wonderful results.

Germany has the world’s renowned Doctors using the Most Advanced Technology when it comes to Treatment of Your Heart.

With Inter Medical Assistance, you get -

  • Consultation from Top Heart Specialists in Germany
  • Most Affordable Heart Treatment Packages for your Treatment.
  • Quick Medical Visa Assistance
  • Provide Interpreter if required
  • Pick-up from the Airport facility.
  • Dedicated Case Manager for your assistance at the Hospital.
  • Continuous Follow Up with Cardiac Expert after your Departure from Germany.

Heart Surgery is often needed to address problems such as heart failure, plaque buildup that partially or totally blocks blood flow in a coronary artery, faulty heart valves, dilated or diseased major blood vessels (such as the aorta) and abnormal heart rhythms.

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Types of Heart Surgery

Pacemaker Implant

In this surgery, a small electronic device that is usually placed in the chest to help regulate slow electrical problems with the heart.

Bypass Surgery

Heart bypass surgery is when a surgeon takes blood vessels from another part of your body to go around, or bypass, a blocked artery.

Open Heart Surgery

Open-heart surgery is any type of surgery where the chest is cut open and surgery is performed on the muscles, valves, or arteries of the heart.

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Frequently Asked Questions

01. What is the full form of 'CABG'?
02. What is multiple bypass surgery?
03. How long does a heart surgery take?
04. Are there restrictions to lifting weights after heart surgery?
05. How long does it take to recover from heart surgery?