Medical tourism in Turkey is on the rise. The country is registering exponential growth in the number of tourists visiting Turkey for medical treatment and medical tourism has a significant contribution to the overall healthcare industry of the country. Thanks to the advanced facilities available in the country at an affordable price. The complex surgeries are performed in the country by experienced and expert surgeons with a high success rate. The government of the country is also providing a favorable environment for the growth of medical tourism in Turkey. Cardiac surgeries are considered as one of the complex and risky surgeries in medical science. Advanced surgical instruments, experienced cardiac surgeons, facilities available for managing emergencies and high-standard post-operative facilities are the prerequisite for successful cardiac surgery. Turkey s known for performing complex cardiac surgeries such as bypass surgery, valve replacement surgeries, and other surgeries.
Electrophysiology studies (EPS) and Radiofrequency Ablation (RFA) procedures have gained momentum in recent years in Turkey. Patients are attracted to Turkey for getting EPS/RFA treatment. EPS and RFA treatment in Turkey are done with a high success rate and provide utmost satisfaction to the patients. Some of the hospitals providing Radiofrequency ablation in Turkey includes Anadolu medical center, Memorial Sisli hospital, Hisar Intercontinental hospital, and Memorial Ankara hospital.
Various tissues are responsible for disturbing cardiac rhythm. In the Electrophysiology studies (EPS) and Radiofrequency Ablation (RFA) procedures, their tissues are identified and damaged with the use of electrical energy. This procedure is done under either a local or general anesthesia. In the vein of the groin area, RFA catheter is inserted. The catheter reaches the heart under guidance through X-ray screening. In the presence of a catheter, the reading of the heart is recorded. The tissues that cause rhythmic disturbances are identified and destroyed.
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