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Plot no. 3/5, Laxmi Nagar,
Patil Lane No. 1, Near K. B. H. Vidyalaya,
Opp. Vasant Market, Canada Corner,
Nashik-422005, (MH) India

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Department of Cardiology

Cardiac Operation Theater

Sr.No. Equipment Make Special Features No of Equipments
01 O.T. Lamp Joshi's 1. Three Domes
2. Light Intensity of 1,30,000 & 90,000 lux. Resp.
3. Aerodynamic shape of domes for proper flow of air.
4. Low heat generation by filtration of infrared rays.
5. Controlled intensity
02 O.T. Table
Stann Power Controlled 01
03 Cautray Conned
04 Surgical Instruments Tufft
05 General Surgical Instruments Tufft
06 Ventilators Drager 01
07 Boyles Apparatus 01
08 Piped Gases Advance O2, Vacuum, Air, Nitrous 02
09 UPS 15 KVA 02
10 Central Onida Cassette 01
11 DG Backup Cummins 160 KVA 01

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Coronary Artery Bypass Graft Surgery

The Coronary Artery Bypass Graft (CABG) involves bypassing major blocks in the blood vessels of the heart to improve the blood to the cardiac muscle (myocardium). The conduits used for bypass grafting can be veins taken from the legs or arterial conduits which include the mammary arteries from the chest wall, the radial artery from the forearm and an artery from near the stomach.

Though the venous conduits are commonly used; arterial conduits are far superior as they last much longer providing relief to the patients for many more years than venous conduits. At AHI more than 96% of all bypass operations are done using the arterial conduits on a beating heart without the use of the heart - lung machine. The fact that all Coronary cases are done on the beating heart and arterial conduits are used in 96 % of cases means lesser complications and longer survival for the patients.

Ventricular Aneurysm

Following a heart attack sometimes part of the muscle gets so badly damaged that it is replaced by hard rough fibrous tissue which does not contract and leads to formation of blood clots on its inner surface. These blood clots can dislodge and travel to the brain causing serious strokes and sometimes death.

Mitral Valve Surgery

A view of the diseased mitral valve at operation. The patient is on cardio pulmonary bypass (heart lung machine) and valve shows areas of infection on its leaflets.

Ascending Aortic Aneurysm Surgery

Ascending Aortic Aneurysm Surgery: Disease processes affecting the ascending the aorta can result in fatal complications for the patient. The 2 commonest conditions affecting the aorta are:

1. Dilation of the proximal aorta due to weakness in its wall structure. This dilatation can cause massive increase in the size of the aorta and leaking of the aortic valve.

2. Dissection of the Aorta: The aorta is the first organ which takes the full force of blood ejected from the heart. Sometimes this can result in a tear in the wall of the aorta thereby causing a dissection within the layers of the aorta.

Both these conditions are life threatening and require operation to deal with the aortic pathology and also with the leaking aortic valve. Treatment of these conditions require a very major operation to remove the diseased aorta and replace it with a synthetic graft. At the same time the valve can be repaired or replaced if needed. This operation is commonly done at AHI and in the last 45 patients that have been operated, all have survived. The accompanying pictures have been taken intra – operatively.