When you have a fake heart surgery
A heart surgeon in Australia is offering a $15,000 discount to anyone who can show they have had artificial heart surgery and has a $50,000 scar.
The surgery is for a patient with a rare genetic condition called “plaque refractory congenital insufficiency” (PRCID), which causes blood vessels in the heart to swell and become damaged.PRCIDs have caused heart attacks in more than 100,000 people worldwide, according to the Heart Foundation.
But the treatment can be difficult for some patients, and many are left to deal with complications from the procedure.
One of the patients in the surgery is a woman who has had her heart removed and is now trying to rebuild her life with help from a community of volunteers.
She told the ABC that she had to make some hard choices and she had decided to go ahead with the surgery.
“I had a really hard time before.
I was having heart attacks, and I was a very poor student,” she said.”
It was really hard, it was really painful, and so it was very hard.
I knew it was going to be hard.”
The woman was told that her condition was caused by a congenital defect, but the surgeons could not identify it.
The surgeon was told the defect was called PRCID, which is a mutation of the gene that causes the condition.
The problem with PRCIDs is that it causes the blood vessels to swell, which can lead to blood clots.
Heart surgeons in Australia, however, have managed to create artificial hearts that work much like a normal heart.
The procedure can take up to six weeks to complete.
But many patients who have had the surgery say they are glad they went ahead with it.
“The pain was so intense that I was scared to do it,” the woman said.
She said she was also worried about complications.
“So I was really worried about having complications from having it done,” she told the broadcaster.
“But I think that they did a really good job of creating it.”
In Australia, the surgery was performed at the Royal Adelaide Hospital in Victoria, which has an excellent reputation for heart surgery.
The Australian Heart Foundation has a list of hospitals that can perform the surgery for free.