Paras Institute of Cardiology offers internationally benchmarked standards of preventive, diagnostic, and therapeutic services for cardiac and vascular diseases. Speedy response to cardiac emergencies such as heart attack treatment, coiling stroke treatment, peripheral angiography treatment, arrhythmias, and congestive heart failure treatment puts this institute at the forefront of cardiac care. An expert team of internationally trained cardiologist doctors and cardiothoracic surgeons, anesthetists, physicians, radiologists, and nurses collaborates to provide comprehensive and compassionate care backed by the latest technology to patients. The institute has a well-developed protocol and Interventional Specialists trained in the use of the trans-radial route for cardiac procedures, which reduces the risk of complications and ensures a speedy recovery time.
Paras Institute of Cardiology and heart specialist hospital is well equipped to treat patients suffering from a heart attack, cardiac arrest, heart blocks, coiling stroke, arrhythmia, atrial fibrillation, angina pain, heart failure, rheumatic heart disease, congestive heart failure, congenital heart disease, peripheral artery disease, peripheral angiography treatment, pericarditis, pulmonary hypertension, to list a few. The institute has the team of best cardiologists in Gurgaon and Delhi NCR adept to perform routine diagnostic and complex procedures such as – Electrophysiology assessments, Angioplasty, Pacemaker Implantation, to list a few.
Ever since its inception, the Institute of Cardiology at Paras Hospitals Gurgaon has been optimized by combining continuous education and clinical practice so as to provide innovative and scientific treatment of heart disease.
The outstanding achievements of Paras Institute of Cardiac Sciences
- Day Care Angioplasty was performed at Paras Hospitals Gurgaon for the first time in India and is performed for specific kinds of cardiac problems on a regular basis now.
- A Transradial program has been well established for the first time in the region at Paras Hospitals Gurgaon, ensuring a dramatic reduction in post-operative risk and a speedy recovery. The cardiology team has expertise in treating cardiac emergencies with primary transradial angioplasty, which is highly recommended by international cardiology societies.
- Paras Hospitals, Gurgaon is the first hospital of the region to formulate a ‘Transradial Program’ and medical protocol. As per the same every patient is by default treated through the transradial technique. In case of emergency situation the cardiology team performs primary transradial angioplasty, which is highly recommended by international cardiology societies.
- Coronary & Radial Angiography
- Coronary Angioplasty
- Carotid Angioplasty
- Peripheral Angioplasty and Stenting
Percutaneous Valvular Interventions, including:
- Balloon Mitral Valvulotomy
- Aortic Valvulotomy
- Percutaneous Aortci Valve Replacement
- Percutaneous Aortic Aneurysm Repair by Stent Grafts
- Septal alcohol ablation in Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy
- Electrophysiology studies
- Radio frequency ablation for supra ventricular and ventricluar tachyarrhythmia
- Pacemaker implantation
- ICD and combo device implantation
NON INVASIVE CARDIOLOGY:
- Stress Cardiology
- Holter Monitoring
- Colour Doppler
- Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery
- Beating Heart CABG
- Total arterial Revascularization (TAR-OPCAB)
- Redo CABG
- Mid CAB
- Awake Open Heart Surgery
- Valve Replacement/ Valve Repair
- Congenital Surgery/Congenital Defects
- Thoracic surgery
- Lung Tumour Resection
- Decortication of lung
- Reconstructive Surgeries
- Emergency/Traumatic Thoracic & Vascular Surgeries
- 24X7 advanced life support ambulances
- Cardiac Care units 9CCu)
- Interventional Cardiology
- Flat panel Cath lab
- Catheterisation laboratories
- EPS & RF Ablation
- Non invasive investigations
- Heart- line contact for emergencies
A New Way To Your Heart: Transradial Catheterisation Paras Institute of Cardiac Sciences uses the transradial technique for performing cardiac catheterization. This uses the radial artery in the wrist instead of the femoral artery in the groin to gain access to arteries leading to and into the heart. Termed as ‘Transradial Access’ this gentler approach has a number of advantages over the femoral cardiac catheterization procedure.
What is Cardiac Catheterization? Cardiac catheterization is a procedure used to diagnose and treat conditions of the heart. People who experience symptoms of heart disease such as chest pain, or an emergency event such as a heart attack, must undergo cardiac catheterization to determine the level of heart damage or disease. The procedure also may be used to open blocked arteries that limit blood flow through the heart and prevent oxygenated blood from travelling properly to the body. Cardiac Catheterization is performed on more than one million Indians each year. A long, thin tube called a catheter is inserted into the body through various routes, and guided to the heart. Here, it is used to detect any blockages or abnormalities; to take a muscle or blood sample; Measure blood pressure and oxygen levels; Repair or replace heart valves; Detect and repair congenital heart defects; Perform an angioplasty or balloon valvuloplasty and correct arrhythmia.
What is Transradial Coronary Catheterization? For many years, the preferred entry point for a cardiac catheterization has been in the groin area through the femoral artery. However, an innovative option is called radial catheterization, which involves insertion of the catheter through the radial artery in the wrist. The transradial approach reduces the risk of bleeding, speeds up the recovery process, and improves patient comfort. The lack of skilled interventional cardiologists is the main reason for its limited use in India. In Paras Hospitals, experts perform 90% of the cardiac interventions using the transradial method. Patients can avail of this internationally acclaimed procedure at a lower cost.
What are the advantages of the ‘Transradial Access’?
- Cardiac Catheterization
- Faster recovery
- Easier site access-wrist
- Less pain and bleeding
- No restriction of movement during procedure
- Fewer complications and lower risk of infections
- No requirement of blood transfusion
Which patient would derive the maximum benefits?
- Patients with respiratory and pulmonary issues
- Patients with spine problems including back pain who have difficulty in maintaining one position for hours.
- Patients who are obese
- Elderly patients
How does the transradial access benefit women? Performing a cardiac operation through the transradial route is of enormous psychological benefit to conservative Indian women. Femoral access through the groin region during cardiac catheterization is a cause for apprehension in the majority, who would much rather opt for the transradial access routine through the wrist.
In which patients should transradial access catheterization be avoided? Not everyone is eligible for a radial artery catheterization. To be a candidate, patients must have good blood supply to their hands, through both the radial artery and the ulnar artery.
Will it cost more? No. Despite its multiple benefits, the cost of having a transradial catheterization is the same as that using other methods.
Benefits of the transradial approach Arterial access is a crucial step of percutaneous cardiac procedure and poses the most common challenge for an interventional cardiologist during a catheterization procedure. The patient may also experience an adverse response in the form of a vagal reaction or painful spasm, increasing time taken for procedures and leading to significant complication. Percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) is usually performed via the femoral, radial arteries and brachial approach. But the transradial approach, which is via the wrist, offers many advantages. The wrist approach is preferable in many cases because it is safer, has less access site complications like bleeding, enables a quicker recovery for patients who can go home very shortly after the procedure.
Comparison of Transradial & Femoral Access Cardiac Cathterisation:
|TRANSRADIAL ACCESS||FEMORAL ACCESS|
|Easier access site- wrist. The patient is more comfortable as the access site is approachable.||Access site- groin. Patient feels uncomfortable as the groin is the private area.|
|Less bleeding.||Can lead to bleeding|
|Lesser chances of infection||More chances of infection due to more bleeding|
|Lesser pain- as a smaller compression device is used.||More pain- as the femoral site has to be compressed for many hours to stop the bleeding.|
|Quicker recovery- patients can resume activities after 2 hours of the procedure||Patient has to be hospitalized for more than 6 hours post procedure|
|No restriction of movement post procedure||Patients has to lie still and is often restricted from movement|
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