Fontan procedure is a surgery carried out for the treatment of Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome (congenital (present by birth) abnormality in children, where children possess only a single functional ventricle). In this syndrome, the oxygen-rich and the oxygen-empty blood are mixed in the circulation, causing the child to turn blue. Fontan procedure is the third stage of repair after two other operations and is carried out when a child is between 18 months and 2 years of age. The aim of this procedure is to separate the red blood (oxygen filled) from the blue blood (oxygen-empty). This is a surgery done to decompensate the pressure in the ventricle.
Hospitals in U.A.E have multidisciplinary teams comprising of specialists from all different areas involved in the treatment of Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome. The cardiologists and the nursing staff are highly trained and experienced. The hospitals offer a full array of collaborative medical services from initial screening and diagnosis to treatment and supportive counseling. The advanced medical technology and the timely medical services make U.A.E one of the important medical destinations for the Fontan procedure.
The cost of Fontan procedure in U.A.E. is affected by the technology used, qualifications or experience of the surgeon or the doctor, treatment method, and cost of medications. With a diverse team of the cardiologists, cardiac surgeons, heart care specialist nurses, physician assistants, and physical therapists the hospitals in U.A.E. are going extra miles to provide the best facilities to the medical tourists.
(+1) 424 283 4838