Open Heart Surgery In Iran

Open-heart surgery is a type of surgery in which the chest is fully opened and surgery is performed on the muscles, arteries and valves of the heart. To perform this surgery, a healthy artery is removed from the patient's body and connected to the coronary arteries in such a way that the blood supply is done through a new artery and the closed arteries remain unused. In this way, the blood supply to the heart is completely performed. Open-Heart Surgery in Iran is performed by highly specialized physicians. You can travel to Iran with Carefultrip and do your treatment.


Who is a candidate for open-heart surgery?

Open-heart surgery is suitable for people with cardiovascular disease. Cardiovascular disease occurs when the blood vessels that carry blood and oxygen to the heart muscle become narrowed or closed and unable to function properly.

Atherosclerosis is one of the reasons for performing heart surgery. Atherosclerosis occurs when fats form plaques on the walls of coronary arteries. These plaques narrow the arteries and make it harder for the heart to pump blood, eventually leading to a heart attack. In these cases, with open-heart surgery, the heart valves can be replaced or repaired so that the blood supply to the heart can be performed properly.


Low cost of open-heart surgery in Iran compared to other countries

The cost of open-heart surgery is very high for patients who have no insurance coverage. The cost of this operation depends on the equipment used, specialist doctors and the type of operation. On average, this is done in the United States at a cost of about $200,000; Of course, if the heart transplant is performed, the cost will be even higher.

As a result, many people with heart disease travel to cheaper countries such as Iran to be able to pay for surgery. Surgery in European countries, regardless of the surgeon's salary, is about $50,000, but in Iran this number is reduced to less than $20,000.

Open-heart surgery in Iran is performed by surgeons and cardiologists with a very high success rate using the most advanced technologies and modern treatment methods.

Iranian cardiologists are among the most professional specialists in the world and Iran is among the top 10 countries in the treatment of cardiovascular diseases. Also, in terms of price and cost of open-heart surgery, Iran is one of the cheapest countries to perform this surgery. In some government hospitals in Iran, open-heart surgery is performed for less than $15,000, which is really significant compared to the cost of this operation in American and European countries. Among the prominent hospitals in Iran in the field of open-heart surgery are Shahid Rajaei Heart Hospital, Tehran Heart Center, Firoozgar Hospital and Moheb Mehr Hospital.


The risk of heart surgery depends on various factors such as age, type of disease, severity of the disease, heart function, side diseases, etc., which in certain cases, will be discussed with the patient and his relatives before the operation.

Due to the use of anesthetics and the use of cardiopulmonary resuscitation during surgery, some patients temporarily suffer from insomnia, anxiety, hallucinations and lack of mental clarity, which is completely normal and will soon disappear.

In many cases during surgery, the tissues of the limbs contain more water than usual, which returns to normal in the first days after surgery, using temporary medications. Especially if you use leg veins for bypass surgery, this condition will continue in the first months, which will be reduced by using varicose socks. In most cases, the legs return to normal after 3 months.

The use of warfarin during pregnancy is a complex and complicated issue. The use of this drug even in non-pregnant people requires the necessary controls and appropriate tests, let alone pregnant people. Our advice to you is that if you decide to get pregnant, you must be under the supervision of a cardiologist and obstetrician throughout your pregnancy.

Open heart surgery requires sampling and is essential for people with coronary artery disease. In this disease, the blood vessels of the heart, which provide enough oxygen to the heart, become narrow and narrow, making it difficult for blood to pass through them.