Klippel–Trénaunay–Weber syndrome
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Klippel–Trénaunay–Weber syndrome

In Germany, there has been tremendous advances in the treatment of congenital heart and great vessels. In German hospitals specialized to perform complex interventions to correct this pathology in patients of all ages.

German specialists use the latest advanced technologies that help perform unique open-heart surgery in the newborn baby without resorting to blood transfusion , for example, when passing from the right of the aorta and pulmonary trunk - from the left ventricle , as well as to correct complex congenital malformations in infants less than 2 kg .

Germany boasts great achievements in terms of minimally invasive treatment of congenital heart disease using innovative endovascular techniques that do not require the use of anesthesia, opening the chest ( thoracotomy ) and connect the patient to a heart-lung machine. Due to this intervention is less traumatic, accompanied by a lower risk of development of intra-and postoperative complications.

Using endovascular possible elimination of congenital anomalies such as defects of the heart walls, valve apparatus and vascular dysplasia. If for some objective reasons to do without the traditional operation fails, German surgeons possible options refer to the combined interventions, involving the combination of classic and endovascular surgical techniques.

In Germany, specialized cardiac clinics and offices are equipped with high-precision diagnostic equipment, surgical equipment, ultra-modern and experienced doctors work here, is widely practiced in the activity interdisciplinary approach that is highly in demand in the management of patients with congenital heart disease.

German doctors through quality postoperative diagnosis are able to predict the long-term results of surgical intervention to prevent and minimize complications in the rehabilitation period .

In certain situations, particularly when it comes to the tetrad Fallot , atrioventricular septal defects and valve obstruction, carried out the so-called anatomical correction with residual phenomena, aimed at eliminating abnormal physiology and clinical symptoms, while maintaining certain anatomical defects. Thus the patient may subsequently be re- directed to surgical intervention.

It should be noted that hospitals in Germany not only provide high-quality medical care for premature, infants, children, junior and senior school age and adults, is to eliminate the anatomical defects of the cardiovascular system, but also provide comprehensive psychosocial support during their stay in hospital.

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