Heart Transplant Surgery Successfully Performed on a 2 year old Russion Boy.
First Successful LVAD Implantation on a patient on a ECMO
Launch of india’s first comprehensive Heart Failure Management Centre
India’s first successful HVAD implant surgery on a 42-year-old man
In a complex procedure that reflected its commitment to technological advancement and the best care for its patients, a team of cardiac experts at Fortis Centre for Heart Failure & Transplant have implanted India’s first successful HVAD pump, the smallest ventricular-assist device (VAD) in the world, in a patient diagnosed with end stage heart failure.
Heart Transplant Surgery Successfully Performed on a 40 year Old Pakisthani Gentleman
Heart Transplant Surgery Successfully Performed on an Iraqi women who had breast cancer
India’s first permanent artificial heart implant (HeartMate II LVAD) surgery done on a 58-year-old man.
The procedure, a first for India, involved the implantation of an artificial assisted mechanical device called ‘Heart Mate II LVAD’, on a 58 year old patient, and offers many advantages. The machine has a 90% survival rate and can extend life for at-least 10 years.
Successful use of Extra Corporeal Membrane Oxygenation as a bridge to heart transplant performed on a 34-year old woman from Delhi.
The procedure saved the life of 34 year old who was suffering from severe heart failure. As her health was in a critical state, the young woman had to be airlifted from her hometown Delhi and brought to the Chennai based multi-specialty hospital for the heart transplant. The successful use of Extra Corporeal Membrane Oxygenation (ECMO) as a bridge to a transplant is extremely uncommon in India since not too many centres in India have the expertise and equipment. The patient responded well to the transplant and can now return to Delhi.
First Heart Transplant successfully performed at Fortis Malar.