Pediatric Cardiac Treatment

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PEDIATRIC

CARDIAC TREATMENT


Radiant Children's Hospital is a world-renowned child specialized hospital that offers treatment approaches combined with state-of-the-art diagnostics, providing the best medical outcomes for children’s medical conditions. Our vastly experienced pediatric heart surgery team is among the best in the world and offer life-changing treatments that result in the very best outcomes.

The Child care team consists of the finest pediatric cardiologists, cardiac surgeons cardiac anesthesiologists, cardiovascular nurses, and imaging technicians—all of whom are specifically trained in treating pediatric heart conditions and abnormalities related to the heart and blood vessels in children to provide compassionate, comprehensive care for your infant, child or teen that are at par with the best anywhere in the world.

Advanced Treatment & Surgery For Pediatric Cardiac Diseases

In general, when a child is diagnosed for a significant heart condition, is a traumatic experience and cause for concern for all parents, carers and relatives, our child-friendly hospital recognizes the importance of providing patients and their families with emotional and psychological support throughout the treatment process, and will make personal and other support systems promptly offered to families for this purpose. We tend to create this tough journey easier for the patient and families.

Any defect in the valves, septum and position of arteries results in the mixing of pure and impure blood or reduces the supply of blood to the body. If it is a severe defect, it poses a threat to the patient’s life, meaning that it is necessary to get immediate surgical intervention. When impure blood circulates in the body, it results in cyanosis, a bluish discoloration of the body. Tissues are unable to receive an adequate amount of oxygen and therefore, unable to function.