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Pacemaker implantation - for Atrial flutter

PONDERAS HOSPITAL ARES at Bucharest Atrial flutter > Pacemaker implantation

Pacemakers are small, electronic devices used to treat excessively slow heart rhythms (bradycardia or differents types of block). Pacemakers send signals to heart muscle that cause the muscle to contract at the correct pace, so that blood is pumped properly through the body. Today’s advanced pacemakers adjust heart rates according to changes in the body’s activity level. Thus, the pacemaker adjusts the heart’s rate when the person is resting or exercising.

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Bostan Ion
MD Cardiologist
Cludin Radu
MD Primary Cardiologist
+1000
Treatments / Year

PONDERAS HOSPITAL ARES at Bucharest

3204 €

1 days treatment
+1000
Treatments / Year
3204 €

Pacemaker implantation - for Atrial fibrillation

MONZA HOSPITAL ARES at Constanta Atrial fibrillation > Pacemaker implantation

Atrial fibrillation (AF) is the most common sustained cardiac arrhythmia affecting over 6 million people worldwide, mainly those ages 65 and older. As the population continues aging, that number is expected to rise. Atrial fibrillation is the irregular, chaotic beating of the upper chambers of the heart. Episodes of AF may last a few minutes or several days.

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Deleanu Dan
MD Cardiologist
Lysitsas Dimitrios
MD Cardiologist
+1000
Treatments / Year

MONZA HOSPITAL ARES at Constanta

3204 €

1 days treatment
+1000
Treatments / Year
3229 €

Pacemaker implantation - for Arrythmias

PONDERAS HOSPITAL ARES at Bucharest Arrhythmias > Pacemaker implantation

Pacemakers are small, electronic devices used to treat excessively slow heart rhythms (bradycardia or differents types of block). Pacemakers send signals to heart muscle that cause the muscle to contract at the correct pace, so that blood is pumped properly through the body. Today’s advanced pacemakers adjust heart rates according to changes in the body’s activity level. Thus, the pacemaker adjusts the heart’s rate when the person is resting or exercising.

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Bostan Ion
MD Cardiologist
Cludin Radu
MD Primary Cardiologist
+1000
Treatments / Year

PONDERAS HOSPITAL ARES at Bucharest

3229 €

1 days treatment
+1000
Treatments / Year
3254 €

Pacemaker implantation - for Sick Sinus Syndrome

PONDERAS HOSPITAL ARES at Bucharest Sick sinus syndrome (sss) > Pacemaker implantation

Pacemakers are small, electronic devices used to treat excessively slow heart rhythms (bradycardia or differents types of block). Pacemakers send signals to heart muscle that cause the muscle to contract at the correct pace, so that blood is pumped properly through the body. Today’s advanced pacemakers adjust heart rates according to changes in the body’s activity level. Thus, the pacemaker adjusts the heart’s rate when the person is resting or exercising.

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Bostan Ion
MD Cardiologist
Cludin Radu
MD Primary Cardiologist
+1000
Treatments / Year

PONDERAS HOSPITAL ARES at Bucharest

3254 €

1 days treatment
+1000
Treatments / Year
3304 €

Pacemaker implantation - for Carotid sinus syndrom

PONDERAS HOSPITAL ARES at Bucharest Carotid sinus syndrome > Pacemaker implantation

Pacemakers are small, electronic devices used to treat excessively slow heart rhythms (bradycardia or differents types of block). Pacemakers send signals to heart muscle that cause the muscle to contract at the correct pace, so that blood is pumped properly through the body. Today’s advanced pacemakers adjust heart rates according to changes in the body’s activity level. Thus, the pacemaker adjusts the heart’s rate when the person is resting or exercising.

Read more
Bostan Ion
MD Cardiologist
Cludin Radu
MD Primary Cardiologist
+1000
Treatments / Year

PONDERAS HOSPITAL ARES at Bucharest

3304 €

1 days treatment
+1000
Treatments / Year
3304 €

Pacemaker implantation - for Atrial flutter

MONZA HOSPITAL ARES at Constanta Atrial flutter > Pacemaker implantation

Pacemakers are small, electronic devices used to treat excessively slow heart rhythms (bradycardia or differents types of block). Pacemakers send signals to heart muscle that cause the muscle to contract at the correct pace, so that blood is pumped properly through the body. Today’s advanced pacemakers adjust heart rates according to changes in the body’s activity level. Thus, the pacemaker adjusts the heart’s rate when the person is resting or exercising.

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Cludin Radu
MD Primer Cardiologist
Bostan Ion
MD Cardiologist
+1000
Treatments / Year

MONZA HOSPITAL ARES at Constanta

3304 €

1 days treatment
+1000
Treatments / Year
3304 €

Pacemaker implantation - for Atrial fibrillation

PONDERAS HOSPITAL ARES at Bucharest Atrial fibrillation > Pacemaker implantation

Atrial fibrillation (AF) is the most common sustained cardiac arrhythmia affecting over 6 million people worldwide, mainly those ages 65 and older. As the population continues aging, that number is expected to rise. Atrial fibrillation is the irregular, chaotic beating of the upper chambers of the heart. Episodes of AF may last a few minutes or several days.

Read more
Deleanu Dan
MD Cardiologist
Thanopoulos Basil
MD Cardiologist
+1000
Treatments / Year

PONDERAS HOSPITAL ARES at Bucharest

3304 €

1 days treatment
+1000
Treatments / Year
3304 €

Pacemaker implantation - for Heart failure

PONDERAS HOSPITAL ARES at Bucharest Heart failure > Pacemaker implantation

Pacemakers are small, electronic devices used to treat excessively slow heart rhythms (bradycardia or differents types of block). Pacemakers send signals to heart muscle that cause the muscle to contract at the correct pace, so that blood is pumped properly through the body. Today’s advanced pacemakers adjust heart rates according to changes in the body’s activity level. Thus, the pacemaker adjusts the heart’s rate when the person is resting or exercising.

Read more
Bostan Ion
MD Cardiologist
Cludin Radu
MD Primary Cardiologist
+1000
Treatments / Year

PONDERAS HOSPITAL ARES at Bucharest

3304 €

1 days treatment
+1000
Treatments / Year
3325 €

Pacemaker implantation - for Atrial fibrillation

ARES Cardiology Center Atrial fibrillation > Pacemaker implantation

Atrial fibrillation (AF) is the most common sustained cardiac arrhythmia affecting over 6 million people worldwide, mainly those ages 65 and older. As the population continues aging, that number is expected to rise. Atrial fibrillation is the irregular, chaotic beating of the upper chambers of the heart. Episodes of AF may last a few minutes or several days.

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Lysitsas Dimitrios
MD Cardiologist
Thanopoulos Basil
MD Cardiologist
+1000
Treatments / Year

3325 €

1 days treatment
+1000
Treatments / Year
3330 €

Pacemaker implantation - for Atrial flutter

ARES Cardiology Center Atrial flutter > Pacemaker implantation

Pacemakers are small, electronic devices used to treat excessively slow heart rhythms (bradycardia or differents types of block). Pacemakers send signals to heart muscle that cause the muscle to contract at the correct pace, so that blood is pumped properly through the body. Today’s advanced pacemakers adjust heart rates according to changes in the body’s activity level. Thus, the pacemaker adjusts the heart’s rate when the person is resting or exercising.

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Bostan Ion
MD Cardiologist
Lysitsas Dimitrios
MD Cardiologist
+1000
Treatments / Year

3330 €

1 days treatment
+1000
Treatments / Year

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Percutaneous transcatheter mitral valve repair (Mitraclip)

Mitral regurgitation (MR) is a condition in which the heart’s mitral valve leaflets do not close tightly. When this happens, blood flows backward from the heart’s left ventricle into the left atrium. The heart must then work harder to push blood through the body, which can cause fatigue, shortness of breath and worsening heart failure. It is the most common type of heart valve insufficiency.

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It is perfectly normal for a woman to want to improve her body, especially after a pregnancy and birth or a surgery. The way we feel about our body and appearance is of major importance, key to the boost of self-confidence and good mood. There are solutions with which you can correct any kind of imperfection questioning the femininity of a woman, and achieve the desired appearance.

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Aesthetic surgery for women- get the facts

It is perfectly normal for a woman to want to improve her body, especially after a pregnancy and birth or a surgery. The way we feel about our body and appearance is of major importance, key to the boost of self-confidence and good mood. There are solutions with which you can correct any kind of imperfection questioning the femininity of a woman, and achieve the desired appearance.

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Robot revolutionizes knee replacement surgery

Georgette Greene has an active lifestyle and works out at least five times a week. But six years ago, the Campbell resident realized she could no longer do a squat. She exercised even harder and lost weight. “That helped for a little while,” she said. “But from there my knees got progressively worse.” Today the 57-year-old Greene lies in a hospital bed for the first time since having her daughter— now seated by her side — 31 years ago. She’s about to undergo total knee replacement surgery.

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Personalize your knee replacement!

More than 600,000 knee-replacement surgeries are done in the United States every year, and as Baby Boomers continue to age, some say that figure will grow to 1 million within the next decade. Patients are increasingly choosing an option that allows doctors to build their patient’s knees.

Less than a year ago, climbing a flight of stairs would have been impossible for Amanda Fair-Evans. “I couldn’t even get out of the car, and I was like, ‘What is this?’” Fair-Evans said. The pain in her left knee was unbearable. Fair-Evans tried medication and cortisone shots and finally begged her doctor for surgery. “I have no quality of life,” Fair-Evans recalled saying. “I have grandkids and I want to play with my grandkids. Please give me a new knee.”

Dr. Mathew Pombo, an orthopedic surgeon, felt Fair-Evans would be a great candidate for a personalized replacement knee. A standing CT scan of a patient’s leg captures the alignment, followed by a three-dimensional printing process. “We can input components into the computer and print off a specific femur and a specific tibia that fits the bone perfectly,” Pombo said. It takes about six weeks for a medical company to create the custom knee. During surgery, doctors remove the damaged joint. Then, using individually designed tools, surgeons insert the new joint and cement it in. “It’s basically like putting a train on perfectly aligned train tracks,” Pombo said. “It should wear better.”

Five months later, Fair-Evans had her other knee replaced. Now she’s back to the things she loves to do. “(I’m) taking long walks, playing with my grandkids and dancing,” Fair-Evans said. “I haven’t danced in a long time.” Pombo said there is a faster recovery, less blood loss and easier range of motion when patients have the personalized 3D knee surgery.

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