MINIMAL INVASIVE HEART SURGERY

Minimal invasive cardiac surgery (MICS) is a surgical approach that aims to minimize the trauma to the patient during cardiac procedures. It involves performing cardiac surgeries through small incisions, often using specialized instruments and techniques. MICS can encompass various procedures, including coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG), valve repair or replacement, atrial septal defect closure, and others.

Minimal invasive cardiac surgery (MICS) presents numerous advantages over traditional open-heart procedures. With smaller incisions, MICS minimizes trauma to surrounding tissues, reducing postoperative pain and discomfort. Patients typically experience shorter hospital stays and faster recovery times, enabling a quicker return to normal activities. Moreover, the smaller incisions result in less scarring, enhancing cosmetic outcomes and patient satisfaction. By utilizing advanced imaging technologies and specialized instruments, MICS offers enhanced precision during surgery. Additionally, the reduced risk of complications such as infections and bleeding further underscores the benefits of this approach. Overall, MICS represents a significant advancement in cardiac surgery, prioritizing patient comfort, and recovery.

Minimal invasive cardiac surgery (MICS) offers less traumatic alternatives to traditional open-heart procedures. Common MICS procedures include coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG), valve repair or replacement, atrial septal defect (ASD) closure, tricuspid valve repair, and left atrial appendage closure (LAAC). With small incisions and specialized instruments, MICS minimizes postoperative pain, shortens recovery time, and improves cosmetic outcomes. These advanced techniques enhance patient comfort and safety, making MICS a preferred option for many cardiac surgeries.

Introduction

Benefits

Procedures

Robot Assisted Minimal Invasive Heart Surgery

Robot-assisted minimal invasive heart surgery (RAMIHS) combines minimally invasive techniques with robotic technology to perform intricate cardiac procedures. Utilizing robotic arms controlled by a surgeon, RAMIHS allows for precise movements through small incisions in the chest. Common procedures include coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG), mitral valve repair or replacement, atrial septal defect (ASD) closure, and others. By enhancing precision and control, RAMIHS offers reduced trauma, shorter recovery times, and improved patient outcomes compared to traditional open-heart surgery. This innovative approach represents a significant advancement in cardiac surgery, providing patients with a safer and more effective treatment option.

Recovery

Recovery from minimal invasive heart surgery (MICS) is notably swift, with patients often experiencing shorter hospital stays and faster return to daily activities compared to traditional open-heart procedures. Post-surgery, patients receive meticulous monitoring, emphasizing pain management and early mobilization to mitigate potential complications. Discharge typically occurs within days to a week, followed by a gradual resumption of normal activities over several weeks to months. Adherence to postoperative instructions, including medication and follow-up appointments, is crucial for optimal recovery. Cardiac rehabilitation programs may be recommended to enhance cardiovascular health and facilitate long-term recovery, ensuring sustained well-being for the patient.

Cost

The cost of minimal invasive heart surgery (MICS) in India varies based on factors like the procedure type, hospital, and surgeon's expertise. On average, MICS procedures range from ₹2,00,000 to ₹6,00,000 or more. This estimate typically covers surgical expenses but excludes additional costs like pre-operative tests, hospital stay, medications, and follow-up care. Some hospitals offer comprehensive package deals, bundling all services for a fixed price. Patients should discuss pricing details directly with healthcare providers to understand the total expenses involved. Additionally, exploring health insurance coverage or financial aid options can help manage the cost of MICS in India.

Here's what patients have to say

My Brother was diagnosed with triple vessel disease on 1st april 2024 at Max smart hospital Saket, subsequently, his Minimal invasive bypass surgery was performed by Dr. Aditya Kumar Singh on 2nd April. My brother has recovered very well post the surgery and i thank Dr Aditya Kumar singh and his team for the same. Personally i liked Dr. Singh since he is a very humble and polite person, a very rare quality that you find now a days.I wish him the best.🙏🙏

- Kamal Chandra Joshi

My husband had atrial septal defect ASD since childhood and it was revealed at the age of 39. It was really a traumatic time for my family because doctors suggested he has to undergo an open heart surgery but thanks to Dr. Aditya Singh and his team who told us about Minimal Invasive Surgery Procedure in it you have minimum incision and recovery time is so fast that you can resume your normal life in two weeks. Dr. Aditya Singh is one of the finest cardiac Surgeons in Delhi and NCR. Special thanks to the health care team of Max Saket doing their best to provide medical as well as mental support. May God bless them 🙏.

- Sujata Shishodia

One of the best Minimal invasive Bypass surgery Surgeon available in the country.
He is an excellent surgeon and very down to earth human being.
Gives special attention to his patients and never get tired of calming down family members anxieties.
Appriciates his efforts for my Dad's surgery with minimal invasive technique and I thank him from bottom of my heart.
Thanks again Dr. Aditya.....
Me and my family will always be thankful to you for rest of our lives..

- Avneesh Vij

The Best Doctor in Delhi ncr for mics cardiac surgery. He did my father's surgery very well. The doctor is having a great expertise in surgery with humble nature and good communication..”

- Ajay Singh

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