Bicuspid Aortic valve surgery in India is indeed a final resort and best solution to get rid of your congenital deformity. Recently Mrs. Nweke along with her son from Nigeria had been to India for her Bicuspid Aortic valve surgery. Soon after a month we received a testimonial from her. Read on to see what she has to say about her experience.
Hi. My name is Mrs. Nweke. I am from Nigeria. Last month I had my Bicuspid Aortic valve surgery in India. It was an amazing experience coming down all the way to Nigeria for my Bicuspid Aortic valve surgery in India. I came through Tour2India4Health Group, which was the result of my son’s internet search. I vividly remember what chaos I had in my life. I was bogged down by the shortness of breath, especially with exertion or when I used to lie down, the fatigue especially during times of increased activity and unending cough, especially at night or when laying down and last but not the least the heart palpitations. I discussed all these symptoms, my doctor immediately made out, that I was suffering with congenital deformity and I require Bicuspid Aortic valve surgery. My son tried for my treatment back in Nigeria, but it seemed futile running from pillar to post. We had no option but to think of an alternative. My son then searched the internet, the last solace for any miserable person like me. His internet search led him to a medical consultant called Tour2India4Health. He went through its website, checked the packages they had for Bicuspid Aortic valve surgery in India. He called them up and enquired about the possibility of having my Bicuspid Aortic valve surgery in India.
The executive explained couple of options of having my Bicuspid Aortic valve surgery in India to my son. The executive explained him the procedure and all its advantages. Soon I along with my son left for my Bicuspid Aortic valve surgery in India. Things were pretty organized in India; soon we met my surgeon who was supposed to perform my Bicuspid Aortic valve surgery. He made both at ease and helped me to get rid of our fear and nervousness.
Soon my Bicuspid Aortic valve surgery day came, I was given a general anesthesia in preparation for the surgery, and my cardiac function was monitored. A sternotomy was used to expose the heart, with the thoracotomy providing a smaller incision through the ribs. Anticoagulant was administered in preparation for cardiopulmonary bypass. Cardiopulmonary bypass was instituted by exposing and cannulating (putting tubes in) the great blood vessels of the heart. The heart was stopped after the aorta was clamped. The aortic root was opened and the diseased valve was removed. Sutures were placed in the aortic rim and into a mechanical replacement valve. The replacement valve was sized prior to implant to ensure that it fits the based on the size of the aortic valve annulus. The heart was then deaired. The cross clamp was removed and the heart was allowed to beat as deairing continues by manipulation of the left ventricle. Cardiopulmonary bypass was terminated, the tubes were removed and drugs to reverse anticoagulation were administered. The entire Bicuspid Aortic valve surgery went smooth. It all went very smooth, thanks to the professional medical team who carried out my successful Bicuspid Aortic valve surgery.
After the Bicuspid Aortic valve surgery, I spent two day in ICU. Along with three additional days in the cardiac unit and I was discharged after seven days in the hospital following my Bicuspid Aortic valve surgery in India. It took four weeks for life to feel fairly normal, but I managed to enjoy time with friends and small outings almost from the day I was discharged. My experience in India was very good. I am pleased with its outcome. I will certainly recommend anyone for the Bicuspid Aortic valve surgery in India. Lastly, I would like to extend my words of gratitude to executives of Tour2India4Health and the surgeon who performed my Bicuspid aortic valve surgery. May God bless them all!
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