Which surgeries are the best for people who are at risk of heart failure?
TGA Heart Surgery, Surgery, Heart Failure Surgery (HSPS) is the second most commonly covered surgical procedure in Canada.
The surgery is the most common treatment option for people with chronic heart failure, according to a new study from the Canadian Heart Foundation.
Heart failure patients with a family history of heart disease are more likely to have a congenital heart defect and need more costly treatment than those with a more typical family history, according the study.
The new research, published in the New England Journal of Medicine, found that people who have a heart defect were more likely than those without a heart disease to experience significant complications such as: heart failure symptoms including chest pain, shortness of breath, short or absent breath, or difficulty breathing; or