On May 14, 2020, the aortic arthroplasty of a giant aneurysm of the thoracic aorta was performed by the head of the Department of Angiography and Endovascular Surgery Andriy Khokhlov with a team of doctors – Oleg Zelenchuk, Maria Slyubyk, Kostyantyn Boiko. The patient feels well after the surgery.
A patient born in 1983 with an aneurysm in the area of brachiocephalic vessels with aortic coarctation.
For the first time in 61 years, a patient with ALCAPA syndrome received arterial blood in the left coronary artery thanks to the team of the Heart Institute headed by the director of the Institute, Professor Borys Todurov.
Surgery to correct the ascending aortic aneurysm: Huge aortic aneurysm in a young man – 8 cm. Our task: to replace the aortic valve and ascending aorta – it’s just a bomb that can explode at any time.
Surgery of Stratified Aortic Aneurysm (Type III Sccording to DeBakey) by the Team of Boris Todurov, Heart Institute, Kyiv
Hybrid operation in 2 stages. The operation lasts an average of 5 hours.
Team of the Heart Institute headed by cardiac surgeon, Prof. Borys Todurov, and Kovel’s doctors transplanted a donor heart for the second time in two months after a long break.
On August 15, 2019, two patients met at the Heart Institute during a routine examination, to both of them, Professor Borys Todurov implanted mechanical hearts in the fall of 2018 – 47-year-old Vasyl Pavlyuk from Ternopil region and 42-year-old Denis Volkov from Odesa. STB Channel’s Vikna program tells about this.
The patient is a 62-year old man with a diagnosis – isolated severe mitral insufficiency. In the presence of concomitant pathology, an open operation was contraindicated. At the Heart Institute, the patient had an endovascular prosthetics of the mitral valve.
Recently at the Heart Institute, a transfemoral (implantation) implantation of the last-generation prosthesis of the aortic valve was conducted on an 84-year-old woman having been diagnosed with critical aortic stenosis with apparent calcification of the openings of the aortic valve.
A boy was born on the 27th week of pregnancy weighing just 870 g and having two congenital heart diseases – coarctation of the aorta and aortic hypoplasia, the Botallo’s foramen failed to close after birth as well. For a month, doctors in Rivne, Ukraine cared for the infant and then transported the boy to the Heart Institute where the surgery was successfully conducted by a team managed by cardiac surgeon Vasiliy Karpenko and anesthesiologist Iryna Galamai.