Double Valve Replacement (DVR)
A dual valve substitution is a substitution of both the mitral and aortic valve or the whole left of the heart. This form of procedure is not so routine as other surgical procedures but is preferred for difficult cases. Our heart has 4 valves: Mitral, Tricuspid, Aortic, and Pulmonary valves. There are 4 valves.
The 4 coronary valves have the decisive role to play in the operation of the organ by control of blood supply through the heart and blood avoidance. The heart is made up of four spaces, two upper atria, and two lower ventricles. In each ventricle (lower heart chamber) there are two valves – a one-way inlet valve and a one-way exit valve. The tricuspid valve is the inlet valve in the right ventricle that transfers blood from the pulmonary arteries to the lungs. The mitral valve is the valve to the left ventricle-the aortic valve is the conduit that opens to the aorta, collecting oxygenated blood from its right atrium from the lung.
Heart valves have the duty to permit the movement of fresh blood into the heart chambers. After induction of blood flow, each valve should be fully closed. Disordered heart valves can not always do the job properly.
Stenosis or blood vessel reduction leads to a reduced supply of blood into the heart than normal. This makes it difficult for the muscle to function. A concern may also emerge from leaking valves. The valve can stay slightly open, allowing blood to flow backward instead of close tightly. This is referred to as regeneration. Valve heart disease signals can be as follows:
- Breath shortening
- Pain in the chest
- Fluid accumulation of the lower extremities
- Heart valve replacement is also a heart attack solution. Some individuals are so far-reaching that the only alternative is to totally replace the damaged valve.
How is it performed in B. P. Poddar?
Heart valve repair surgery using traditional or minimally invasive procedures is done under general anesthesia.
- Conventional surgery requires a deep neck-to-navel incision. The incision duration is shorter with a minimally invasive operation, minimizing the chance of infection.
- To remove the diseased valve successfully and replace it with another surgeon, the heart has to be temporarily stopped beating.
- The patient is put on a blood-circulating bypass pump that maintains the blood through the body and the lungs running during surgery.
- The surgeon approaches the aorta and cuts out the valves and removes them.
- The majority of coronary substitutes stay in the hospital for between five or seven days. The patient is discharged sooner because the operation is minimally invasive.
- Follow-ups are critical to helping the practitioner decide that they are able to continue their daily job.
In Kolkata, B.P Poddar cardiac operations are performed in huge numbers. The members of the team, led by experienced physicians and leading surgeons, are outstanding surgeons and aestheticians. B.P Poddar has two whole emergency patient cardiac treatment units. Of the overall number of operating theatres, 4 are devoted to heart surgery from a valve repair to congenital defect correction. Surgical capabilities are accompanied by specialized postoperative treatment, making B.P Poddar one of the higher risk hospitals for heart surgery. B.P Poddar has specialized integrated steel operating theatres and is entirely fitted for the comfort of surgeons with the new state-of-art instrument.