Aortic Valve Repair in Thailand

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Aortic Valve Repair in Chiang Mai

Price: $ 23,188

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Sikarin Hospital
4.4

From 299 verified reviews

jaeyun choi, 21 September 2020

My husband had surgery here, the doctor took good care of it, used social security, the nurses were good, but there were some who couldn't answer. May cause some ear irritation

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Bumrungrad International Hospital
3.5

From 380 verified reviews

James Snowden, 21 June 2020

One of the best hospitals I have ever been to. The customer service, quality of care and cleanliness is by far much better than all USA hospitals I have been to.

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Thonburi Hospital
4.2

From 35 verified reviews

John Stokes, 14 April 2020

Best hospital in Ubon Ratchathani, Thailand, and the best hospital I have ever been a patient.My heartfelt thanks to Doctor Surachai and all the wonderful nurses who took care of me after my motorcycle accident in neighbouring Laos.

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    What you need to know about Aortic Valve Repair in Thailand

    Aortic Valve Repair

    An Aortic valve repair is a medical procedure to treat diseases that affects the aortic valve – one of the four valves that regulate blood flow to your heart. The type of diseases that usually need treatment are aortic valve regurgitation, congenital heart disease, and aortic valve stenosis. 

    What does the Procedure Involve?

    The procedure starts with a general anesthetic and you will not feel any pain throughout the surgery. Your doctor may perform the procedure through traditional open-surgery with the opening of the chest bone or through a less invasive procedure called balloon valvuloplasty. The procedure may involve various different types of repair, such as adding support at the base roots of the valve, reshaping tissue to allow the valve to close tightly, separating fused valve cusps, and inserting tissue to patch holes in the flaps that close off the valve. 

    How Long Should I Stay in Thailand?

    You may need to spend a day or two in the intensive care unit (ICU), then you will be moved to a regular room and expect to stay in the hospital for several days. The total recommended time you should spend in Thailand is around 14 days or until your surgeon says it is okay for you to travel.

    MyMediTravel currently lists 3 facilities in Thailand offering Aortic Valve Repair procedures - see above for the complete list, along with estimated prices. The price of a Aortic Valve Repair can vary according to each individual’s case and will be determined based on your medical profile and an in-person assessment with the specialist. For a personalized quoteClick Here to submit your details

    What's the Recovery Time?

    The recovery time depends on your general health before the procedure and any complications afterward. You can expect to gradually regain your energy and return to your normal activity level within four to eight weeks.

    What About Aftercare?

    You will need to attend regular follow-up appointments, but you can schedule these appointments with your local doctor instead of your doctor in Thailand if you prefer. You will be instructed to make healthy lifestyle changes, including physical activities (such as regular exercises), a healthy diet, stress management, and avoiding cigarettes, to reduce the risk of future complications and keep your heart healthy. 

    What's the Success Rate?

    Aortic valve repair is highly successful, safe and it offers a long-term solution. Only 1 in 10 patients required another operation within ten years after surgery and the risk of death is less than 1%. Still, it is good to be aware of the side effects and the risks of the procedure, which include bleeding, stroke, valve dysfunction, heart rhythm problems, infection, blood clots, and death.  

    Are there Alternatives to Aortic Valve Repair?

    If aortic valve repair is not the ideal option for you, your doctor may recommend transcatheter aortic valve implantation (TAVI) instead. In some cases, aortic valve replacement can also be an option.

    What Should You Expect Before and After the Procedure

    Aortic valves that are not working properly can interfere with your blood flow, forcing your heart to work harder. It can cause symptoms such as shortness of breath, chest pain, fatigue and more dangerous conditions, such as heart failure and sudden cardiac death. After the procedure, your normal blood flow is restored, your symptoms are relieved, the function of your heart muscle is preserved, and your life may be prolonged.

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