Arterial Aneurysms Treatment Cost In United Arab Emirates

Cost of Arterial Aneurysms Treatment in United Arab Emirates: Detailed Overview



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Aortic Aneurysm Endograft Repair

This is a minimally invasive procedure that is used to treat aortic aneurysms. 

  • An endograft (stents covered with impermeable fabric) is inserted through a small puncture in the thigh. 
  • Under live X-ray guidance, the endograft is positioned to create an internal conduit, or bridge, for blood flow, thus depressurizing the aneurysm and eliminating the risk of rupture.

Aneurysm Embolization and Stent Placement

Vascular embolization is a minimally invasive procedure to treat aneurysms at risk for rupture and bleeding. 

  • X-ray guidance is used to navigate a catheter through the arteries to the aneurysm. 
  • Small metal coils are then used to fill the abnormal artery.
  • The small metal coils block blood flow to the aneurysm and prevent the risk of rupture. 
  • A graft creates an internal bridge (stent) for blood flow, depressurizing the aneurysm and preventing the risk of rupture.

Open Surgery

In open surgery, a surgeon performs the graft or removes the aneurysm through an incision.

Endovascular Coiling

  • The surgeon inserts multiple coils through a catheter to pack the aneurysm in this procedure. 
  • This further reduces blood flow to the aneurysm and eliminates the risk of rupture. This procedure treats cerebral aneurysms.

Microvascular Clipping

It is a type of open brain surgery that treats cerebral aneurysms. The surgeon cuts off the blood supply by placing a metal clip at the aneurysm's base.

Doctors for Arterial Aneurysms Treatment in United Arab Emirates

A Cardiac and Vascular Surgeon treats Arterial Aneurysms.

Dr. Ali Keivanjah

Dr. Ali Keivanjah

Principal Consultant

Exp: 21+ Yrs

Inclusions in the package

The cost of Arterial Aneurysm treatment includes:

  • Preoperative diagnostic tests may consist of blood tests, CT scan, Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), ultrasound, etc.
  • Type of surgery performed [Open Repair Surgery, Endovascular aneurysm repair (EVAR) – Endovascular Stent Grafting] 
  • Cost of consumables
  • Cost of medication (Immunosuppressants, Pain Killers, Antibiotics, etc.)

Factors affecting cost of Arterial Aneurysms Treatment

The overall cost of the procedure also varies based on the patient's condition and preferences. Some of these factors are:

  • Type of hospital and room opted (general, twin sharing, or single room)
  • Any risk factors, including old age, male gender, smoking, vascular disorders, hypertension, and hyperlipidemia)
  • Additional tests, if required
  • Post-surgical complication, if it happens 
  • Cost of blood products (if needed)
  • Cost of accommodation during follow-ups, in case the patient is not a local resident

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Surgical procedures for repairing Arterial Aneurysms have a success rate of more than 95% of patients fully recovering.

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Frequently Asked Questions Related to Arterial Aneurysms Treatment Cost

The cost of arterial aneurysm surgery tests such as CBC, LFT, KFT,  sodium, potassium tests and viral markers test such as HIV, HCV, HBASG test.  Diagnostic tests  such as  cardiac MRI is done which uses magnetic fields and radio waves to create detailed images of the heart and aorta, in some cases abdominal ultrasound is also done. MRI may be used to diagnose an aneurysm and determine its size and location.

The cost of pharmacy, medicines are included in the package but if you get these from outside then you have to pay for it.

Arterial aneurysm  takes around 2-4 hours to complete under general anaesthesia. After your arterial aneurysm surgery you will kept under observation in ICU, where you will be carefully monitored before shifting to a normal ward. The complete hospital stay after surgery is of three to ten days after which you can go home.

Hospital stay after arterial aneurysm will take around five to seven days. Till that time doctor  will monitor you, for the first few days he will keep you in ICU under observation and then he will  shift you in the normal ward.  If stent are being placed then you have  to be in hospital for longer time and your post treatment charges will be more.

Arterial aneurysm surgery cost is included in the insurance because it is completely a medical condition.

The other alternative for arterial aneurysm surgery are the endovascular treatment of the thoracic aorta is an effective alternative to open surgical repair and offers a therapeutic option even to patients at high risk for surgery.

Everything You Need to Know About Arterial Aneurysms Treatment: Q&A

Before the Procedure (8 Questions):

Arterial aneurysm are caused due to atherosclerosis and high blood pressure. An aneurysm may develop as a result of deep wounds or infections or perhaps one of your artery walls is weak from birth.

About 85% of cerebral aneurysms are found in the anterior circulation, primarily on the circle of Willis.

Over 95% of patients who undergo surgery to treat abdominal aortic aneurysms recover fully, making the operation very successful.

Instead of refined, white carbs like white rice or white bread, choose whole grains and complex carbohydrates like brown rice or whole-grain bread. Avoid or consume in moderation liquids with added sugar, such as soda, fruit juice, and energy drinks.

Implement aneurysm safety measures (immediate and absolute bed rest in a quiet, non-stressful setting; restrict visitors, except for family). Lift the bed's head 15 to 30 degrees, or as instructed.

Atherosclerosis (a blood vessel disease in which fats build up on the interior of artery walls) is a risk factor for high blood pressure, smoking, diabetes, and high cholesterol and can raise the possibility of developing a fusiform aneurysm. Aneurysms don't always burst.

Aneurysms in the brain may run in families. You are more likely to develop a brain aneurysm than the typical 3 percent if brain aneurysms run in your family. The number of afflicted relatives and their degree of closeness to you determine your risk.

Although an aneurysm can develop in any blood channel, they are more frequently found in arteries than veins. Aneurysms take several years to develop, even if people with aneurysms are born with a weakening in one or more locations of the arteries in the brain.

During the Procedure (3 Questions):

Aortic aneurysm surgery takes 2 to 4 hours to complete under general anaesthesia.

Aortic aneurysm surgery is being done by a cardiologist.

The two primary surgical techniques for treating an aneurysm are open surgery and endovascular treatment. In an open procedure, a big incision is made in your chest or belly. The injured section of the aorta is subsequently replaced by a graft by the surgeon. Compared to traditional surgery, endovascular repair requires a significantly smaller incision.

Post the Procedure (6 Questions):

. The typical hospital stay is of 11 days (interquartile range 9-14 days).

Some precautions you have to take after arterial aneurysm surgery are:

  • Keep your weight and blood pressure in a healthy range.
  • Regularly engage in modest to moderate physical activity (walking, biking, swimming, dancing, light jogging or stair climbing).
  • Consume heart-healthy meals (foods low in sodium, fat and cholesterol).
  • If you've had your aortic aneurysm surgically repaired, take antibiotics before any invasive operation, including dental work.
  • Consult your doctor frequently to keep an eye on your aneurysm and general health.
  • Move anything above 30 pounds by pushing, pulling, bearing down, or lifting (or 10 pounds for patients recovering from surgery).
  • Get your body pierced or tattooed.
  • Use any type of tobacco product, including smoking or being around someone who is.
  • Use a sledgehammer or snow blower, or dig in the ground, cut wood, or shovel snow.
  • ingest illegal substances
  • Rides in an amusement park.
  • Play demanding, intense, or physical contact sports.

The median time of survival was 18 (from 1 to 90). At median intervals of 18 (range 1-38) months, 20% (or 35% of patients) had rupture. For AAAs between 5.0 and 5.9 cm and 6 cm or larger, the probability of rupture within three years was 28 (95% confidence range 12-49%) percent and 41 (24-59) percent, respectively.

Keeping a healthy weight is important; even shedding a few pounds can have a significant impact on your blood pressure and general health. Regular exercise helps reduce blood pressure by keeping your heart and blood vessels healthy. Being active and exercising consistently are both beneficial.

A burst aneurysm's primary symptom is an abrupt, intense headache. This headache is sometimes referred to as the "worst headache" ever. Common symptoms of a burst aneurysm include nausea and vomiting in addition to a strong headache.

Aneurysms that are greater than 7 milliliters in diameter, situated in the posterior or anterior arteries, and have a "daughter sac" are at the highest risk of rupturing. These "daughter aneurysms" are complicated in design and have an extra dome-shaped protrusion.

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