1: Transmyocardial Laser Revascularization (TMR) – This procedure is usually performed to treat angina when no other treatments work. A small incision is done in the chest to expose the heart muscle, and a high-energy laser is used to make one millimeter wide channels inside the heart. The outer areas of the channels are closed, but the inner ones remain open to improve blood flow. It isn’t fully understood how TMR works, but there is evidence this surgery helps the heart grow tiny new blood vessels, which relieve angina.
The cardiovascular surgery (CCV) is a branch of medicine that deals with the diseases and disorders of the cardiovascular system requiring surgical therapy. It aims to solve or improve those cardiac pathologies that are not treatable with drugs or with minor interventions such as catheterization. The goal or goal is to reduce the magnitude of heart disease and optimize the quality of life of the patient.
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