Minimal Invasive

Minimal Invasive


These methods refer to performing operations through anatomicial locations or incisions other than those used in standart surgial incisions.In heart surgey,The so-called from the armpit location is an example of this procedure Small incisions prevent the development of unwanted complications or situations cases by reducing the response of the body to trauma after surgery. .Faster healing, lesser amount of blood product usage and more satisfying results in terms of cosmetics are the advantages of this method. In our clinic, aortic ballooning and aortic valve operations are performed by cutting only 6-7 cm from the upper part of the chest bone. Also, in mitral valve and tricuspid valve surgeries and in congenital heart diseases called ASD, the operation is performed from 7-8 cm incisions from the right underarm (thoracotomy). Similarly, in patients with cardiovascular occlusions, bypass surgery is performed from 6-7 cm incisions from the bottom of the left breast, provided that the patients' vascular and body structures are appropriate.