National Heart Center Performs New Surgical Procedure
The National Heart Center of the Royal Hospital performed recently the Minimally Invasive Aortic Valve Replacement for patient suffering from Aortic Valveregurgitation or stenosis.
The surgical procedure was performed by surgical team headed by Dr. Zolt Naji, senior consultant of cardiac surgery in the Center along with Dr. Ameer Farouk, senior specialist of cardiac surgery in cooperation with a number of heart technicians and nurses.
The aim of launching the minimally invasive aortic valve replacement in the National Heart Center is to keep pace with the latest development specialized therapeutic methods in the field of cardiovascular diseases at the international level. Where in this surgical procedure, the surgical incision is being reduced from 20 cm to 7 cm and the patient can practice the life activities after one month of this surgical intervention, whereas the recovery stage in the past takes three-month, as well as the lack of side complications compared to the previous surgical procedure.