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An irregular Heartbeat may be due to the following reasons such as Coronary artery disease, Electrolyte imbalances in the blood, Changes in the heart muscle, Injury from a heart attack, etc. ... Read More

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  • Coarctation of the Aorta (CoA) Surgery Start from USD 3120
  • AICD Start from USD 1950
  • Radiofrequency Ablation Start from USD 1040
  • Heart Surgery Start from USD 3953
  • CRT- D Implant (Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy) Start from USD 7150
  • Ventricular Septal Defect (VSD) Treatment Start from USD 3250
  • Heart Transplant Start from USD 29250
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Frequently Asked Questions related to Irregular Heartbeat


Is AICD same as ICD?

AICD is a device which is being inserted to the chest to help in fixing of the abnormal heart rhythms.

Is an AICD a pacemaker?

AICD is just like pacemaker but there are some differences in them, the most important difference is that AICD is being used in those patients who are on high risk of having sudden cardiac arrest.

What is AICD?

AICD is known as automatic implantable cardioverter-defibrillator this device is being used for monitoring the heart beat. This device delivers the electric impulse or shock to heart when it senses a life threatening change in the rhythm of heart.

Can your heart stop with an AICD?

Some arrhythmias can cause the heart to completely stop beating. The shock given by the AICD can make the heart start beating normally again.

What are the risks of an implantable cardioverter defibrillator?

Some of the risks of implantable cardioverter defibrillator includes bleeding from the incision site,  damage to blood vessels at the site of catheter insertion,  infection of the incision or catheter site, tearing of the heart muscle, collapsed lungs and dislodging of the leads which needs another procedure for repositioning it

What happens after surgery?

Once you return back to your  room your heart rhythm  and blood pressure will be monitored and you will get an ECG and chest X ray will be done. You will need to be in bed rest for 1-4 hours or till next morning.

When you can return back to your home?

You can return back to your home one to two nights after surgery when your cardiologist will notice that you are progress.

How the procedure of AICD is done?

At the time of surgery you will be given light sedation along with local anaesthesia so that you can feel relax and comfortable during surgery. Then the area below your collar bone will be numbed with local anaesthesia, small cut of approx 5-8 cm is made for inserting the AICD, then the leads are then guided through a vein into the heart and then it is connected to a device after that the skin is stitched together and a small dressing is applied.

Who performs AICD surgery?

AICD  surgery is being done by a cardiologist.

What does an AICD treat?

AICD is being implanted in your chest region this device is being used to monitor the abnormal heart  rhythms or arrhythmia this device is also being used to treat some serious life threatening disorders.

How much time is needed for an AICD?

The complete procedure will take only few hours to complete under local or general anaesthesia.

CRT- D Implant (Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy)

What are the benefits of a CRT device?

Heart failure is a chronic and progressive disease the  early use of CRT therapy will help you in keeping alive for longer time. If you are having any symptoms the CRT device has the ability to improve your health which in turn will improve your life also. CRT device does not totally cure the heart failure but many patients who have received CRT will feel better and get relief from symptoms and they will get more energy in participating in daily activities.

How long can you live with a CRT-D?

The median survival after device implantation is 4.62 years for CRT-P and 5.15 years for CRT-D.

How do most people feel emotionally after receiving a CRT device?

Having a CRT device can be a major turning point in your life. Afterward, you may feel sad or worried. It’s an event that may change your thoughts and feelings about your health. Some people may feel vulnerable at first because they depend on an implanted device.

What does a CRT-D device do?

CRT-D device is a special device for heart failure patients who are also at high risk for sudden cardiac death. CRT-D devices treats the fast rhytms of heart which can result in sudden cardiac arrest. If the device which are sensing the heartbeats are very fast then it will deliver a shock to heart, that shock will stop the abnormal rhythm of heart.

Is CRT-D Safe?

Yes, CRT-D is very safe procedure. The devices being used for the procedure is being approved by FDA.

What is a CRT-D implant?

A CRT-D is an implantable cardiac resynchronization therapy (CRT) defibrillator for patients with heart failure which monitor heart's rhythm, detects irregularities and corrects them with electrical impulses.

What does CRT-D stand for?

It's called a cardiac resynchronization therapy pacemaker (CRT-P) or “biventricular pacemaker.” The other is the same device, but it also includes a built-in implantable cardioverter defibrillator (ICD). This type is called a cardiac resynchronization therapy defibrillator (CRT-D).

How is a CRT-D implanted?

In the process of CRT-D implantation the surgeon will insert three leads into the major vein near your collarbone. By taking x ray for visibility the surgeon will guide the leads through your vein and then place them into the upper and lower chamber of heart.

How does a doctor monitor your heart when you have a CRT device?

On a regular basis the doctor will check your CRT device and overall health. The follow up plan includes the regular visit to the dentist, it is important for you to attend the follow up visit of doctor. Doctor and nurse will use programmer to make sure that CRT device is working properly to treat your heart. Your doctor can get important data from your CRT device—such as whether it delivered high-energy therapy or how much energy is left in the battery.

How long does CRT-D implantation takes?

CRT-D is very simple surgery and it lasts for about two to four hours, it is not an open heart surgery. You will get antibiotics to reduce the risk of infection.

What precautions you have to take after surgery?

You have to monitor the healing of your incision. Your arm’s range of motion will probably be limited until the wound is completely healed. In some patients, the CRT-D forms a small, visible bulge underneath the skin.

How much time you have to stay in hospital?

You have to stay in hospital for one or two days after the surgery.

What precautions you have to take before surgery?

Your doctor will give you the instructions about your prepare yourself for surgery, you will be advised to stop taking the blood thinner medications for few days before surgery.  You will also be advised to not eat or drink anything for 12 hours before surgery.

How long does CRT surgery takes?

The surgery takes around two to four hours to complete.

How CRT- Implant surgery is done?

A small incision, approximately 2 inches, will be made in the upper chest. Three leads (thin insulated wires) will be guided through a vein and into the heart which will connect the leads to the implanted heart device, test the device, and program the settings.

What is recovery after procedure?

The recovery after the procedure will take few days to months, while you are recovering the you will be allowed to avoid strenuous activities such as lifting and using your upper body by doing these it ensures that you have the time to attach your heart tissue.

Can a CRT-d be removed?

It is advisable to not remove CRT-D till you have got an infection.

What types of CRT devices are there?

Usually there are two types of CRT device one is called CRT-P ( cardiac resynchronization therapy pacemaker) and the other is same device but it also includes built-in implantable cardioverter defibrillator.

What is CRT-D placement?

In this procedure the surgeon will insert three leads into the major vein near your collarbone and by using x ray the surgeon will guide the leads through the veins and then place them into the upper and lower chamber of heart. At last, CRT-D is being implanted by making an incision below the skin.

What is CRT-D in heart failure?

CRT-D is a special device which is used for treating high risk of getting death due to cardiac disease.  This device functions like normal pacemaker for treating the heart rhythms. This device also delivers small electrical impulses to the left and right ventricles and also helps them to contract simultaneously.

Is a CRT a pacemaker?

CRT is a treatment which is being done for make your heart beat in right rhythm this device uses a pacemaker which restores the normal timing pattern of heartbeat. This pacemaker coordinates with the timings of both upper and lower heart chambers.

Who needs to undergo CRT-D placement procedure?

You can go for CRT-D placement if your LVEF≤ 35% or moderate to severe if it  is seen on any latest echocardiogram or any contrast ventriculogram or MRI.

Can you drive with a CRT device?

Usually having a CRT device does not prohibit you from driving, although you may be asked to wait to drive during the early stage of recovery. In some cases, restrictions are necessary.

Will a CRT device affect sexual activity?

Sexual intimacy is not a medical risk in patients with CRT, because the natural heart rate increase that occurs during sex is the same as the heart rate increase when you exercise.

What does CRT therapy feel like?

The sensation of CRT therapy varies from person to person and depends on the type of therapy your device delivers. When a CRT-D device shocks the heart in order to slow down a fast heartbeat, it uses higher energy. This gives a feeling that some people describe as a “kick in the chest.”

Can you travel with a CRT device?

Patients with a CRT device can feel confident and safe when traveling. The Medical Device ID card that you receive with your device helps alert medical and security personnel that you have an implanted CRT device. It’s important to carry your card when traveling because the device contains metal parts that may set off airport security metal detector alarms.

When will you get your permanent Medical Device ID card after implant?

Your permanent Medical Device Identification Card will be mailed to you a few weeks after your implant. This wallet-sized card helps identify you as a patient.

Cardiac ablation

Who is a good candidate for cardiac ablation?

Person who have some symptoms such as palpations, lightheadness, shortness of breath, fatigue can be a candidate for  goodcardiac ablation

Does cardiac ablation weaken the heart?

During the process of cardiac ablation the abnormal tissues of the heart are destroyed by burning or freezing it, cardiac ablation can reduce or even eliminate your symptoms and make you feel better but the procedure is invasive and not for every person.

How long does a cardiac ablation take?

Cardiac ablation takes around two to four hours to complete the procedure is being done in elecrtrophysiology laboratory where you will be monitored  before the procedure you will be given intravenous medications so that you can fall asleep. .

Do you stay overnight in hospital after cardiac ablation?

Yes, you may have to stay overnight or one to two days or even more depending on your recovery after the procedure then you can return home.

Can I drive after cardiac ablation?

Till one week of the procedure you are not allowed to drive.  You should wait for 2 weeks till you feel that you are physically strong to do more procedures.

How long does it take to recover from a cardiac ablation?

Cardiac ablation takes around eight weeks to heal, you can also have some arrhythmias during the first few weeks after your ablation  during this time you may need dome medications or other form of treatment.

What happens after cardiac ablation?

You'll be taken to a recovery area for a few hours where doctors and nurses will closely monitor you. According to your condition, you may go home the same day or spend the night in the hospital. Plan to have someone else drive you home after your procedure.

Can I drink alcohol after cardiac ablation?

Drinking is usually not allowed after a cardiac ablation procedure  who haveundergone major surgery.

Why Cardiac ablation is done?

Cardiac ablation is being done for correcting the abnormal heart rhythm. When your heart beats the electrical signals in your heart causes heart to squeeze and it must follow a specific pathway throughout your heart. Any disruption in the heart signal can trigger the abnormal heartbeat. Your doctor will recommend you to go for cardiac ablation if you have

Are you intubated for cardiac ablation?

Yes, tracheal intubation is usually done before cardiac ablation procedure.

What is Cardiac Ablation?

Cardiac ablation is the procedure which is used to restore the normal heart rhythm in this procedure long flexible tubes are being passed through the blood vessel to your heart.

How Cardiac ablation is done?

Cathether is being inserted by a blood vessel in your heart, in some cases more than one cathether may be used. The catheters  are also inserted via blood vessels in your groin, shoulder or neck. Sensor  present on the tip of the catheter is used for sending electric impulses and for recording your hearts beat. During the procedure you may feel some minor discomfort when the catheter is being moved into your heart.

How long does fatigue last after cardiac ablation?

You may have some mild shortness of breath or fatigue after surgery, this is normal and subside within four to six week after the procedure. If your symptoms appears for longer time then abnormal heart rhythm can reoccur.

How serious is heart ablation surgery?

Cardiac ablation surgery is very safe but there are some risks associated with the process such as injury to blood vessels  and blood clots in legs or lungs.

Is cardiac ablation major surgery?

Cardiac ablation is relatively a minor surgery when it is performed by a catheter and when cardiac ablation is done through open surgery then it is major surgery. You will need to stay in ICU for minimum a week in hospital to recover.

What tests are done before cardiac ablation?

Some tests done before cardiac ablation are electrocardiogram, computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging and other laboratory works.

Is cardiac ablation worth the risk?

Cardiac ablation has got some risks but they are very rare, many people who got cardiac ablation feel much better after the procedure. Risks of the process is not worth who have only few symptoms.

Is there an age limit for cardiac ablation?

Cardiac ablation can be performed on any patient up to the age of 90 years who can get the same result like young patients. With the advancing age the patient selection becomes more critical because there is always a risk in older individual.

Heart Transplant

How long is the heart transplant procedure?

A heart transplant operation usually takes between 4-6 hrs.

How much time is taken for heart transplant?

A routine heart transplant surgery can be performed in less than four hours, while some complex ones may take seven to eight hours or even more than it.

How you can get ready for a heart transplant?

Before undergoing heart transplantation you have to undergo some tests which doctor will prescribe you such as blood test, diagnostic tests such as X-rays, ultrasound, CT scans.  You should not eat or drink anything before six hours of the procedure.

What happens during a heart transplant?

Heart transplant is done under general anaesthesia, first a soft flexible tube will be placed in your bladder for draining urine. Another tube will be put through your mouth or nose into your stomach for draining stomach fluids. Once you are asleep, a breathing tube will be put through your mouth into your lungs. The tube will be attached to a machine (ventilator) that will breathe for you during the surgery. The skin over your chest will be cleaned with an antiseptic solution.

  • The surgeon will make an incision down the centre of your chest from just below the Adam's apple to just above the navel.
  • After that surgeon will cut the breast bone in half and they will then separate the two half of the breast bone and spread them apart to reach your heart.
  • The surgeon will put tubes into your chest so that your blood can be pumped through by a heart-lung machine.Once the blood has been completely diverted into the bypass machine eased heart.
  • The surgeon will sew the donor heart into place. Once your new heart is in place, it is being connected with the blood vessels carefully so there are no leakage.
  • When your new heart is fully connected, the blood circulating through the bypass machine will be allowed back into the heart and the tubes to the machine are removed.
  • Tubes will be put into your chest to drain blood and other fluids from around the heart. These tubes will be connected to a suction device to drain fluids away from the heart as it heals.
  • A sterile bandage or dressing will be applied.

What can i expect after an heart transplant?

It takes about six to eight weeks for your incisions to heal.

Why might I need a heart transplant?

You may need a heart transplant if your heart is failing and other treatments are not effective. It is not effective in case if end-stage heart failure disease in which the heart muscles are severely failing in pumping blood throughout the body.

What are heart transplant Rejection Symptoms?

General symptoms of heart transplant rejection are- Fever Fluid collection in lungs Decreased oxygen level in blood Shortness of breath.

What are the risks associated with Heart Transplants?

The most common causes of death following a transplant are infection and rejection. With the exception of having to take lifelong medication to keep the body from rejecting the new heart.

How is the functioning of heart assessed?

Functioning of heart is assessed by: Echocardiogram - measures the Ejection Fraction or EF which is a measure of how well the heart is contracting. NT-pro BNP - a hormone that rises in the blood as a response to a failing heart.

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At Vaidam, we are proud to associate with several Joint commission international (JCI )accredited Indian hospitals in our panel. Also Vaidam is the first and only online medical facilitator in India accredited by NABH. This recognition is an acknowledgment to the quality of care being provided to patients, safety standards and services.

What is the survival rate for heart transplant patients?

85 to 90 percent patients live 2 years or more. 60% of them live for 5 years or more.

What are the Contraindication for heart transplant?


Contradictions are: Insulin-dependent diabetes with severe organ dysfunction Recent thromboembolism such as stroke Advanced kidney, lung, or liver disease Metastatic cancer Life-threatening diseases including acute infection or systemic disease such as systemic lupus erythematosus, sarcoidosis Vascular disease.

What are the steps in Heart transplant surgery?

Heart Transplant procedure consists of three stages: The first stage is harvesting the heart from the donor. The second removing the recipient's damaged heart And lastly is the implantation of donor's heart.

How long can you live with a heart transplant?

Heart transplant is a major surgery and its some of its complications can be life threatening. Among all the people undergone heart transplant the rate of survival is seen upto  five years.

How serious is a heart transplant?

Heart transplant is a major surgery the risk of the surgery includes bleeding, infection, and blood clots in some cases there can also be rejection of donor heart.

How many hours does heart transplant surgery take?

Heart transplant can take less than four hours to be done while some complex procedures will take seven to nine hours to be done.

What are the some other causes of heart failure?

Some of the causes of heart failure incudes heart attack, viral infection, high blood pressure, heart valve disease, heart defects seen at the time of birth, irregular heart beats, high blood pressure in lungs, alcohol intake,  low red blood cell count, chronic lung disease.

How long does it typically take for hospital to arrange for cadeveric donor for me?

Unfortunately, there can never be a commitment on how long one has to wait. It depends on a lot of factors - age, height, weight, blood group of the patient, Indian patients in waiting queue, International patients in waiting queue before the patient.

How is matching done for heart transplant?

When checking whether a heart is a good match the team will look at the quality of the heart, the size, and how well it matches blood and tissue type.

What are the risks of a heart transplant?

Risks of heart transplant includes infection, bleeding during or after surgery, blood clots, breathing problems, kidney failure and  coronary allograft vasculopathy.

What is a heart transplant?

Heart transplant is the surgery to remove the disease part of heart from a person and then to replace it with a healthy heart from donor organ.  Before you can start with your heart transplant the doctor makes sure that this is the best treatment choice for your heart failure.

How long are you in hospital after a heart transplant?

You'll usually need to stay in hospital for around 2 or 3 weeks after a heart transplant. Most people are able to start returning to many of their normal activities within a few months.

What are the disadvantages of heart transplant?

Heart transplant has lots of risks; it is possible that the heart transplanted will not work enough to maintain its circulation.

How long does it take to recover after a heart transplant?

It generally takes three to six months to fully recover from heart transplant surgery.

What happens immediately after heart transplant?

Recovery after your heart transplant is similar to the recovery after any heart surgery. It takes about six to eight weeks for your incisions to heal. At first, you may have some muscle or incision discomfort in your chest during activity. Itching, tightness, or numbness along your incision are also normal.

Radiofrequency Ablation

How often should you do RF treatment?

You should do radiofrequency treatment is every four to six weeks, the frequency of the radiofrequency depends on various factors such as your age and your aesthetic concern.

What kind of anesthesia is used for radiofrequency ablation?

Radiofrequency ablation is a minimum invasive technique in which tumor removal in patient with hepatic cancer. This surgery is done under general anesthesia  to ensure safety and comfort of the patient.

Can radio frequency damage your skin?

In radiofrequency treatment the current flows from the electrode of an radiofrequency device into your skin by heating the tissues below the skin to stimulate the production of collagen and elastin. Skin tightening by radiofrequency is considered very safe.

Is sedation necessary for radiofrequency ablation?

Radiofrequency ablation is not painful than other injection procedure that is performed in other pain management procedure. Patient will be given mild intravenous sedation during the procedure but sedation is not necessary in every case.

What happens after the procedure?

After the surgery you should not drive or do any vigorous activity for 24 hours after the procedure. But you can return to your normal activities next day after the surgery.

What are the risks?

The risk and complications of radiofrequency ablation is very low in some cases serious complication may cause infection and bleeding at the site of incision. Temporary side effects of the procedure include weakness or numbness in your legs and swelling and bruising at the site of incision.

What is radiofrequency ablation?

Radiofrequncy ablation is a procedure in which electric current is being used for heating a small area of nerve tissue so that it can stop sending the signals of pain. This procedure provides long lasting relief from pain in lower back neck and arthritic joint.

How is radiofrequency ablation done?

In radiofrequency ablation first you will be given intravenous medication then you will be told to lie down. In the next step a thin needle is being inserted into the area where you feel pain with x ray the exact area can be located.  Then a microelectrode is being inserted through the needle then a small radiofrequency signal is being send through the electrode to heat your nerve tissues.

How long is the ablation procedure?

For doing catheter ablation it will take two to four hours to be complete, the procedure is done in lab where you will be monitored carefully, before starting the procedure you will be given intravenous medications so that it will help you in relaxing and falling asleep.

Does radio frequency tighten skin?

Radiofrequency ablation is used for tightening the loose skin of your body by increasing the production of collagen.

Is radiofrequency ablation right for you?

Yes, radiofrequency ablation can be the right treatment for you if the pain doesn’t respond to any other treatment such as pain killers or physical therapy.

How long does it take to recover from radiofrequency ablation?

To relief from radiofrequency ablation it usually takes one to three weeks after injection. You are advised to rest to rest for few days after the procedure before you can resume your normal activity

How effective is radiofrequency ablation?

Some patient get relief from pain after radiofrequency  but the amount of pain varies according to the location of pain and you can relief within six to twelve months of the treatment. While some patient gets relief up to years.

Is RF safe for face?

Yes, radiofrequency ablation is safe and effective for face. Radiofrequency ablation is being approved by FDA for reducing the appearance of wrinkles.

Is radiofrequency ablation considered surgery?

Radiofrequency ablation is a minimally invasive surgery there is no need of removing any tissues organs or involvement of cutting or opening the body.

What is the purpose of radiofrequency ablation?

Radiofrequency ablation is the new method of pain control, in this technique the radiofrequency waves are being delivered to some nerves and with the aim of interrupting the signal of pain to the brain.

What is the success rate of radiofrequency ablation?

This procedure is 70 to 80 percent effective in those patient who have successful nerve block and the procedure can be repeated in some cases if required.

How painful is radiofrequency ablation?

Pain of radiofrequency ablation is just like sun burn, this pain on average lasts no longer than one to weeks after the procedure.  Complete relief from pain can be expected within two to three weeks of the procedure because some time is taken for ablated nerves to die and stop sending pain signals.

Ventricular Septal Defect (VSD) Treatment

What type of follow up is required after surgery?

You should undergo regular follow up with your doctor for your cardiologist. Those whose congenital abnormalities, valve disease or aortic regurgitation should get it check with the specialist.

How is VSD diagnosed?

VSD is usually diagnosed at birth or within a few days after birth when doctor can hear the murmur sound.  Diagnostic measures for VSD includes chest x ray, electrocardiogram, ultrasound images, coronary angiography and MRI imaging.

What are the symptoms of VSD?

Ventricular septal defect depends on the size of the hole where it is being located, the size of the heart determines the effect of heart function. Due to this the heart may become bigger and high blood pressure may develop in the arteries of the lungs. A person who has large VSD can experience shortness of breath, weakness and fatigue. If the ventricular defect is small the only symptoms which is being noticed is loud murmur sound.

What is a ventricular septal defect?

Ventricular septal defect is usually a hole in the wall of heart which separates the two chambers of heart. They usually occurs by themselves they don’t have any birth defect.

What is the treatment for ventricular septal defects?

A person who has ventricular septal defect should always consult a specialist. This treatment is always recommended to prevent the problem of heart and lungs, VSD treatment

Does the heart function normally following surgical repair of a VSD?

In individuals with a VSD and no other heart or lung problems, repair of the defect restores the heart’s normal function. Generally these people can engage in physical activity without restrictions. This is also true for adults with small, unrepaired VSDs.

Yes, heart starts functioning normally after VSD the defect restores to heart normal function. Some person who have some complications related to VSD such as abnormal heart function may have some restrictions on their activities.

What is the success rate for VSD surgery?

According to recent data patient who have undergone have lead a normal life and in 40 years only 6% of the patient have required re surgery to close those small leaks that developed near the patch.

Who performs VSD surgery?

This surgery is basically done by cardiologist.

How much time is needed for VSD surgery?

It will take around two hours for VSD surgery, small flexible tube will be placed in the different blood vessels of your groin clinic.

Does VSD always require treatment?

Around 75% of VSD doesn’t need any treatment they close their own within the first year of life or by reaching the age of 10 years. If the VSD is medium  or large the closure rate is about 5 to 10 percent. An adult who has a VSD without any symptoms probably does not require intervention but should have regular checkups by a physician who specializes in adult congenital heart disease.

Are there any long term problems or complications after surgery?

Within the first six months of surgery the person who has still the risk of endocarditis within the heart will heal. People whose VSD is repaired can develop cardiac arrhythmia in the later life because of the formation of scar tissue around the heart.

How VSD surgery is done?

In VSD surgery the surgeon will make a small cut in the front side of the chest and divides the breastbone to reach the heart, the heart-lung machine is used to pump blood and act as the lungs during the surgery and then the surgeon patches up the hole between the ventricles.

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