Your heart is essentially a pump with four valves that keeps your blood rolling in the right direction at the appropriate rate. With every heartbeat, your valves open and close. But if something has triggered your valves not to open or close appropriately, you might be a contender for heart valve replacement surgery. Valves can become impaired because of sickness or aging. When the valve does not open suitably, the issue might be stenos are – an uncharacteristic narrowing of the aortic valve. You need the valve to open appropriately so the correct quantity of blood can pump through it. If the valve doesn’t close appropriately, the condition is called regurgitation, which is an issue since the blood leaks back into other portions of the heart. The form of treatment your doctor will suggest depends on the heart valve involved and the kind and severity of the valve disease.
In a minimally invasive heart valve replacement surgery in India, the cardiac surgeon is able to make trivial incisions in the right side of your chest, rather than opening up your chest cavity, to get to the heart. The doctor maneuvers to work between the ribs. The outcome is a far less excruciating retrieval and a rapider recovery. The doctor will still have to stop your heart to overhaul or replace the valve, but with this less-invasive process, the doctor essentially has a better view of some portions of your heart than in the more invasive methodology.