Cardiothoracic & Vascular Surgery

Department of Cardiothoracic & Vascular Surgery

The department of cardiovascular and thoracic surgery began its distinguished achievement in cardiac care to the people of Kerala, since its inception in 2020. Today, its experienced, renowned, talented physicians and surgeons remain at the forefront of cardiothoracic surgery and medicine. The Department of Cardiothoracic and Vascular Surgery at Apollo Adlux hospital provides 24/7 personal care, to its patients, focused on saving lives. Our heart (cardio) and chest (vascular) surgeons provide the best possible diagnosis and treatment for heart, lung, and chest disorders Cardiothoracic and Vascular Surgery is one of the most sophisticated areas of care of its kind in the area. Our department aims to provide quality surgical care by reducing inconvenience for patients, thereby restoring the health and well-being of our patients completely. All Cardio-Vascular problems requiring Cardiovascular Surgeries, Peripheral Vascular & Neurovascular interventions are done here.


Scope of Services

Cardiac Procedures:

  • CABG 
  • Valve Replacement/repair 
  • ASD Closure
  • Pulmonary Thromboendarterectomy 
  • Redo Coronary & Valve Operation 
  • Surgery for Atrial Fibrillation
  1. Thoracic Procedures
  • Lobectomy (Open / VATS) 
  • Segmentectomy (Open / VATS) 
  • Pneumonectomy 
  • Decortication (Open / VATS) 
  • Lung Volume Reduction Surgeries (Open / VATS) 
  • Chest Trauma Surgeries
  1. Vascular Procedure - Aortic Surgeries:
  • Aortic Dissection
  • Aneurysm and Open Surgeries for Thoracic and Abdominal Aorta 
  • Aorto Bifemoral Bypass 
  • Femero-popliteal Bypass 
  • Femero-distal Bypass
  • Peripheral Vascular Procedures (AVM, AVF)
  1. Endovascular Procedures 
  • Aortic Aneurysm Stenting -Thoracic, Abdominal & Peripheral Arteries
  1. Other Services 
  • CTVS ICU & Facilities 
  • Full-fledged 6-bedded Cardiac Surgery ICU Handled by Trained Cardiac Anaesthesiologist & Surgeons 
  • Dedicated Cardiac OT 
  • ECMO 
  • IABP

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Peripheral arterial disease is one of the most common disorders. When patients with this illness go further, they get cramping in their legs, which goes away when they rest. The initial phase of treatment is medical supervision and exercise therapy. If the problem worsens, minimally invasive procedures such as an angiography catheter- based procedure or bypass surgery are available.

For some metabolic abnormalities that cause disease after surgery, the treatment technique indicated by your doctor should be followed on a regular basis, and the medications prescribed should be taken without fail. It is preferable for the patient to avoid smoking, other tobacco products, and alcohol consumption. Regular exercise is also beneficial to heart health. Heavy exercise is not advised during this time. You could prefer brisk walking or light jogging, especially when the sternum has healed. Swimming and other sports may be added in the future.

Cardio refers to heart problems, whereas vascular refers to circulation problems outside of the heart. A cardiovascular specialist is an expert in the heart's vascular system.

High blood pressure is a common disorder affecting the arteries of the body. It is also known as hypertension. Normal blood pressure is 120/80 or below.

If a first-degree relative (parents, siblings, or children) has had a heart attack in the past, the risk of having one more than doubles. The family history in the cause of heart attacks is significant. While there are exceptions, heart attacks are more common among elderly people. A usual age for a male to have a heart attack is 55 years or older, and 65 years or older for a woman. When heart attacks occur in men under the age of 55 and women under the age of 65, it is referred to as a Premature Heart Attack or Premature Coronary Artery Disease. In India, over the previous two decades, an increasing number of young adults have died from heart attacks.