Congenital Heart Disease
Why choose the Congenital Heart Disease Program at Alhyatt Heart and Vascular center?
Our congenital program is one of the best programs in the country and the only one in the Nile Delta area.
Congenital heart defects are those that are present at birth. One in 100 babies born each year has a heart defect of some kind. As these babies become adults, they often need continued care for conditions corrected early in life. Sometimes, symptoms of congenital heart disease (such as abnormal heart rhythms, shortness of breath, dizziness, or swelling) may not appear and need care until later in life.
Our Congenital Heart Disease Program offers a complete range of diagnostic and treatment services for patients with congenital heart disease, including minimally-invasive procedures. We care for patients with all forms of congenital heart problems – from simple to complex – and are dedicated to helping patients optimize their health.
Our dedication to quality, safety and transparency
We are committed to improving the quality of care for all patients with congenital heart disease,
We offer all the inpatient and outpatient services with congestive heart defects may need. This includes:
- Medication management
- Care for related pulmonary hypertension
- Cardiac catheterization procedures
- Lifelong care and proper education programs to deal with your condition.
- Comprehensive multidisciplinary care.
- Specialized treatment for patients.
- Comprehensive assessments for patients.
- Innovative treatment options.
- Advanced cardiac therapies.
- Ongoing communication with our referring providers with 24/7 availability for consultation.
We are the only Center in the Nile delta to provide such service
- ASD device closure.
- VSD device closure.
- PDA device closure.
- PDA stenting.
- Pulmonary vein stenosis stenting.
- Rashkind procedure.
- Aortic coarctation balloon dilatation.
- Aortic coarctation stenting.
- Balloon mitral valvuplasty.
- Balloon dilatation of pulmonary stenosis.
- Balloon dilatation of aortic stenosis.
- Paravalvular leak closure.
- Percutaneous pulmonary vein implantation.
- RVOT stenting.
- Hemodynamic study.