Mitral Valve Repair in Turkey

3 clinic(s) offering Mitral Valve Repair treatment in Turkey
Mitral Valve Repair  in Turkey
8 more treatments
ROMOY Healthcare - Cardiology Unit Verified

ROMOY Cardiology Unit promotes medical innovation and provides leadership for its cutting edge technology. The team delivers outstanding healthcare with compassion and respect, to promote wellness throughout the communities, and to advance the field of medicine around the world through education and research.

July 2015
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6 more treatments
Memorial Hospitals Group - Heart Surgery Center Verified

The Cardiology and Cardiovascular Surgery Department of the Memorial Hospital is at the patients’ service with its internationally renowned specialists teams.

3 more treatments
Memorial Hizmet Hospital - Heart Surgery Center Verified

The departments for Interventional Cardiology and Cardiovascular Surgery combine professional expertise in Angiography, Radiology and Cardiovascular Surgery.

What is Mitral Valve Repair?

Valve Replacement or Repair is used to repair or replace diseased the four valves in your heart: Aortic valve, Mitral valve, Tricuspid valve, and Pulmonary valve.


Theses valves control the direction of blood flow through your heart. The opening and closing of theses heart valves produce the sound of heartbeat.


A Good Candidate for Mitral Valve Repair

Heart valve surgery can be recommended for those with the following conditions:

· Narrowing of the heart valve (stenosis)

· Leaking of the heart valve (regurgitation)


Valve problems may be caused by the following:

· Birth defects

· Calcium deposits (calcification)

· Infections such as rheumatic fever

· Medications


Some defective heart valves can cause congestive heart failure and infections (infective endocarditis).


Risks and Side Effects of Mitral Valve Repair

Risks associated with anesthesia include trouble breathing, adverse reactions to the medications, bleeding and infection.


Risks for any cardiac surgery include death, heart attack, irregular heartbeat (arrhythmia) and stroke.