Chief-CTVS, Max Delhi & NCR Hospital
Coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) surgery is performed to restore blood flow through the vessels that supply blood to the heart. During the surgery, a small part of a blood vessel is taken from another area of the body, usually a vein from the leg, and surgically attached across an area of severe narrowing or blockage, thus bypassing the problem area. The blood is rerouted through the healthy vessel, and blood flow is restored to the heart muscle.
Multi-Vaseel CABG is not just a surgical procedure, it is an attitude towards minimally-invasive cardiac surgery, taking a logical,
structured, step-wise approach with patient safety as its paramount concern. In addition to the reduced operating time, faster recovery and overall improved patient outcomes associated with minimally invasive procedures, using the automated connector device allows me to perform multi-vessel cardiac bypass surgery with reliable and consistent anastomoses on patients who benefit tremendously from a minimally-invasive approach.