Coronary artery disease is a highly common disease among our island's patients. To address this issue, bypass surgery is frequently required. An endogenous artery is implanted during bypass surgery to bypass the narrowed vessels that transport oxygen to the heart. Left and right mammary artery grafts are utilized, as well as vein grafts. The left coccygeal artery is only used very rarely. The suitable approach is decided for each patient, which can include or exclude the use of extracorporeal circulation. Our team's results are outstanding.
Coronary bypass surgery with or without the use of extracorporeal circulation
All pediatric and adult cardiac surgeries performed at the "Cardiac Innovation Center" are covered by the GESY framework.