When we are not ill, we say we are “healthy”, but actually, is it true? Can we measure how healthy we are? Do we know what is inside of us, in our organs, thoughts or how we are affected by the environment and the things happening around us? How can we measure this? What do the signals coming from our body through 10 grams of a tiny chip can tell about us?
Aortic Valve replacement, Ascending Aortic replacement, and Coronary Re-Implantation (The process of attaching the vessels feeding both hearts to the newly replaced graft) = Bentall Surgery. This complex surgery, first performed by Hugh Henry Benthall (1920-2012) in 1966, can be performed by preserving the integrity of the sternum (breast bone).
Endovascular Aortic Surgery is one of the best inventions in Cardiovascular Surgery during recent years. It reduced surgery risks and hospital stay considerably. Before the 2000s, Aortic Surgery was the most severe operation with the highest risk of complications. As technology is developing day by day, now, Aortic Surgeries can be performed with the closed method, easily.
Tachycardia and chest tightness is generally found when there is arrhythmia. There are both serious arrhythmia and temporary harmless ones. Our heart beats 100.000-150.000 times a day. When 500 or less of these beats are arrhythmia, it means there is no need for a treatment.