Details About Heart Valve Surgery and Heart Transplant

April 9, 2014 | heart valve surgery
Heart valves are located between the heart chambers and function to regulate the blood flow in forward direction. If the valves do not work properly blood either flows back into the chamber or finds difficulty in flowing through it. In both the conditions, it effects the heart function and as a resu
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How first heart transplant can save heart failure patients

March 19, 2014 | heart valve surgery
A heart transplant is an operation to replace a damaged heart with a healthy human heart from a donor which has actually just recently perished. When is a heart transplant is required: When the heart cannot function effectively and an individual's life is possibly in danger, first heart transplant
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Heart Diseases and Their Treatment

February 13, 2014 | Coronary Angio plasty,Coronary bypass surgery,heart valve surgery
Today our life has become very stressful which has given rise to a number of heart diseases. Heart disease has become very common and accounts for majority of deaths in the country. Both men and women are affected by this life threatening condition and therefore should know about the symptoms and di
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Different types of heart procedures

January 8, 2014 | Coronary bypass surgery,heart valve surgery
Heart disease is an umbrella term used to refer a number of heart diseases which affects the heart in some or the other way. It is life threatening for many people and needs to be treated immediately.With the advancement of technology, there are various treatments available to solve heart problems.
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What you should know about heart valve surgery?

September 17, 2013 | heart valve surgery
Introduction: What is a heart valve disease?  A heart valve disease refers to the condition in which one or more valves of the heart fail to function properly. If left untreated, it can disrupt regular blood circulation to the heart, and consequently lead to the death of the patient.  Heart valv
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