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Open Heart Surgery

Cardiac surgery, or cardiovascular surgery, is surgery on the heart or great vessels performed by cardiac surgeons. It is often used to treat complications of ischemic heart disease (for example, with coronary artery bypass grafting); to correct congenital heart disease; or to treat valvular heart disease from various causes, including endocarditis, rheumatic heart disease, and atherosclerosis. It also includes heart transplantation.

Open-heart Surgery

Aortic Root Cannula

Aortic Root Cannula Gohar Shafa aortic root cannula is used to administer cardioplegia solutions for the cardiopulmonary bypass procedure. Aortic root cannula with vent line is proposed for cardioplegia solutions administration, the left .heart venting, and aspirating emboli from the aorta

Open-heart Surgery

Curved Tip Arterial Cannula

Curved Tip Arterial Cannula Gohar Shafa arterial cannulae are designed for extracorporeal blood flow. During open-heart surgery, the surgeon shunts the heart from blood flow, and therefore heart can't pump blood. Blood is drained to the heart and lung machine, and then it returns to the aorta through a curved tip arterial cannula, so oxygenated blood from the heart and lung machine directly delivers to the arterial system of the patient.

Open-heart Surgery

Right Angle Chest Tube

Gohar Shafa thoracic catheters produced with high tech production line, this product has 2 different sizes in each end which eliminate the need of using extra connector to connect to chest drainage unit (CDU).

Open-heart Surgery

Single Stage Venous Cannula

Gohar Shafa venous cannula is designed to drain systemic deoxygenated blood into the heart and lung machine during cardiopulmonary bypass surgery. The Gohar Shafa single stage venous cannula is used in cases where a completely bloodless space is desired (e.g., valve surgery) or access to the right atrium is necessary.

Open-heart Surgery

Ventricular Vent Catheter

Vent catheters are used to relieve and decompress the left ventricle during a cardiopulmonary bypass cannulation. They are generally inserted through the pulmonary vein into the left ventricle and used as a suction catheter to assist in the complete evacuation of blood from the heart. The specially designed perforation profile of our vent catheters ensures that tissue remains undamaged while guaranteeing effective fluid drainage