Department of Cardiothoracic and Vascular Surgery

The Division of Cardiothoracic Surgery at SSSIHSM-WFD uses advanced technologies and procedures available to perform the complete range of invasive surgical services for adults and children with cardiovascular disease and minimally invasive surgeries for adult patients.

Our hospital has most experienced cardiac surgeons who dedicate and show their loving care through their expertise for patients from all over the nation about 29 states and around the world. Our surgeons offer virtually every type of cardiac surgery including elective or emergency surgery for heart valve disease, aortic aneurysm, coronary artery disease, arrhythmias, heart failure, congenital heart disease and other less common conditions.

Our depth and breadth of experience allows us to perform complex operations, such as second or third heart bypasses and conditions previously deemed inoperable with success rates above the national average. Our staff works with the newest surgical techniques, equipment and devices, including minimally invasive surgery, off-pump bypass, and percutaneous procedures.

To deliver patient care at international standards, the department is equipped with state-of-art infrastructure that includes 4 dedicated operation theatres, 38 bedded Intensive Care Unit and 50 bedded Pre and Post-operative Wards.

The complement of supportive services with 2 cardiac cath labs , CCU, an in-house blood bank and a full complement of Radio-diagnostic and imaging services.

The uniqueness of this program arises from a well-balanced, rare combination of the talented local pool in the hospital supplemented by acclaimed international visiting faculty renown and respected in their fields of expertise. This promotes a novel mix of the philosophies of Eastern medical care and Western cutting edge medical technology, resulting in the best possible patient care.

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Cardiac Surgery in progress

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Pediatric patient on ventilator in ICU

Swami Blessing patient in ICU

Swami Blessing patient in ICU

Cardiac Surgery in progress

Cardiac Surgery in progress

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