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Your Personalized Treatment Plan

Do not limit your treatment options.
We offer the most effective, quick and affordable heart treatments,
thanks to the world’s largest hospital network.

Do not limit your treatment options.
We offer the most effective, quick and affordable heart treatments, thanks to the world’s largest hospital network.

Complete Recovery

No Hidden Fees

No Waiting Lists

Leading Surgeons

Our specialized hospitals offer excellent success rates in the treatment of heart and vascular diseases in adults and children, including re-operations and conditions often considered inoperable. The approach used is centred around the Heart Team, where decisions regarding cases are made by a multidisciplinary team composed of cardiologists, cardiac surgeons, cardiac anaesthesiologists as well as nurses and researchers, who work together following the patient in all phases, from diagnosis to recovery, including rehabilitation.

Heart Diseases​

Heart Disease

Heart disease comprises various types, and some can be categorized based on their impact on the structure or function of the heart.

Coronary Artery and Vascular Disease: Resulting from the hardening of arteries (atherosclerosis), coronary artery disease occurs when the heart’s arteries narrow or become blocked. This prevalent type of heart disease is a leading cause of heart attacks and angina (chest pain). Vascular disease, affecting other blood vessels, reduces blood flow and impairs heart function.

Heart Rhythm Disorders (Arrhythmias): Arrhythmias cause the heart to beat too slowly, too quickly, or in an irregular manner, disrupting blood flow. Millions of Canadians experience these disorders, which can range from asymptomatic to sudden and fatal.

Structural Heart Disease: This term encompasses abnormalities in the heart’s structure, such as valves, walls, muscles, or nearby blood vessels. It can be congenital or acquired post-birth due to infection, wear and tear, or other factors. Individuals with congenital heart defects require continuous support and medical interventions throughout their life stages.

Heart Failure: Developing after the heart becomes damaged or weakened, heart failure is a serious condition. Heart attacks and high blood pressure are the most common causes. While there is no cure, early diagnosis, lifestyle adjustments, and medication can help individuals lead active lives, reduce hospitalization, and prolong life.

Other Heart Diseases: Additional heart diseases include infections, enlarged heart muscles, and inherited disorders, contributing to the diverse landscape of cardiac conditions.

Atrial septal defect

Atrial Septal Defect

Atrial septal defect is a congenital heart anomaly characterized by a hole in the septum, the wall that separates the upper chambers (atria) of the heart. The size of the hole can vary, and it may either close spontaneously or necessitate surgical intervention.

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Coronary artery disease

Coronary Artery Disease

Coronary artery disease (CAD) is the narrowing or occlusion of coronary arteries, typically caused by plaque accumulation. Your coronary arteries supply your heart with oxygen-rich blood. Plaque accumulation in these arteries restricts the amount of blood that can reach the heart.

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Cystic fibrosis

Cystic Fibrosis Your Personalized Treatment Plan Do not limit your treatment options only to the nearest hospital.We offer the most effective, quick and affordable treatment

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Treatment Options

operating room heart surgery

The rising popularity and high demand for robot-assisted heart surgery due to its many benefits for patients that suffer from heart disease. In contrast to traditional methods, this surgery eliminates the need for bone-cutting and involves only a minor incision, resulting in reduced pain and quicker recovery. The procedure promotes healing without significant side effects or complications, ensuring a successful outcome through the utilization of advanced technology, enhanced surgical precision and minimal blood loss.

Patients can resume walking within 2-3 days post-surgery and quickly return to their daily routines, even allowing for hassle-free travel. The use of advanced anesthesia and pain management techniques, including epidural catheters, ensures a comfortable experience. Notably, women with coronary artery disease (CAD) can also benefit from this surgery, which involves an incision in the breast fold, completely avoiding any bone cutting.

Coronary Angioplasty drawing vector

Coronary Angioplasty

Angioplasty is a medical procedure employed to alleviate blockages in the coronary arteries resulting from coronary artery disease. It facilitates the restoration of blood flow to the heart muscle without necessitating open-heart surgery.

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Cystic fibrosis

Cystic Fibrosis Your Personalized Treatment Plan Do not limit your treatment options only to the nearest hospital.We offer the most effective, quick and affordable treatment

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mitraclip mitral valve

MitraClip

MitraClip is a medical device used to treat mitral valve regurgitation. It is implanted via a tri-axial transcatheter technique and involves suturing together the anterior and posterior mitral valve leaflets.

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