Cardiac Surgery is the branch of medicine that deals with heart disease and blood vessels linked to it, with specific reference to surgical therapy.
Cardiac surgeon’s outpatient activity focuses on the patient’s clinical assessment of heart disease, assessment of progress clinical, surgical indications and clinical and instrumental follow-up of the operated patient. It therefore addresses to all cardiopaths patients that require the above-mentioned goals.
The visit takes about 30-40 minutes, but the time may vary according to the instrumental tests to be performed. Visiting reports and instrumental examinations are provided at the end of the visit, with the exception of the pressurization helper for which the report is delivered the day after the end of the monitoring.
- Clinical visit
- First cardio-surgical evaluation in patients with cardiac or major vascular disease to evaluate their possible surgical indication
- Checkups to evaluate the clinical development and evolution of cardiopathy
- Cardio-surgical follow-up visits to evaluate the effectiveness of therapies and rehabilitation
- Subsequent visits to patients operated to evaluate the clinical and instrumental development of the functioning heart and the proper functioning of the prostheses at the site
- Medications (simple and advanced)
- Transthoracic ecgardiogram
- Holter Pressure of 24hrs