- PROF. DR. YAVUZ BESOGUL
- Heart Surgery
- Heart Valve Surgery
- Bypass Surgery
- Vascular Surgery
- Buerger & Raynaud’s Treatment
Contact Prof. Dr. Yavuz Besogul about cardiovascular surgery for information and to make an appointment.
After completing his education in Erciyes University Faculty of Medicine in 1989, Prof. Dr. Yavuz Beşoğul, Cardiovascular Surgeon Specialist, worked as a Yozgat-Eymir Health Center Doctor, Forensic Medicine, Provincial Health Deputy Director and Deputy Provincial Health Director between 1989 and 1991. Between 1991-1996, he completed his specialization in Eskisehir Osmangazi University Faculty of Medicine, Department of Cardiovascular Surgery.
Prof Dr Yavuz Beşoğul, who has been performing operations in the field of Minimally Invasive Surgery since 1997, has been published in international scientific journals. Prof. Dr. Yavuz Besogul, who also chaired the national congresses, is a member of the Advisory Board of the Journal of Cardiovascular Sciences, Turkey Clinics.
In the minimally invasive method, the surgical operation is performed by making incisions of a few centimeters under the armpit, abdomen or under the breast. Minimally invasive surgery, which enables the patient to recover in a shorter time and reduces the risk of infection after the surgical operation, is now widely used in the treatment of cardiovascular diseases.
Closed heart surgery takes 1-3 hours on average. The duration of the surgical operation may vary according to the type of heart disease, age of the patient and other diseases. You can get detailed information from a Cardiovascular Surgeon.
Heart valve surgery performed with minimally invasive surgery takes an average of 1.5 – 2 hours. The recovery process is also faster after surgery with minimally invasive methods with 3-4 cm incisions from the patient’s armpit or the side of the chest. However, patients have a lower risk of complications after valve replacement with closed heart surgery. You should definitely consult your cardiovascular surgeon.
Since Atrial Septal Defect does not cause any serious symptoms for a long time, it is noticed in some patients at a very late age. Depending on the size and number of holes in ASD disease, patients may experience different symptoms. In some patients, it may cause problems such as palpitation, shortness of breath, fatigue and inability to gain weight.
Frequent lung infections such as bronchitis and risk of heart failure may also be seen more frequently in ASD patients. The symptoms caused by ASD can also manifest in different ways, depending on the age and general health of the patient.
Cardiac surgeries performed under the armpit or with minimally invasive techniques are as reliable as other methods and are less risky. Especially in experienced hands, if there are surgeons who have performed minimally invasive surgery for a long time, have had scientific studies on this subject, have made their presentations in the country and abroad, and have declared their patients, it is much more reliable than the other opening. Another feature is that it carries less risk than the other method, as no ribs and no muscles are cut in this surgery.
The pulmonary valve is the 3-leaf valve located at the beginning of the vein through which the dirty blood is sent from the right ventricle to the lungs. It ensures that the pumped dirty blood to be sent to the lungs goes in one direction and does not return.
They may occur as congenital absence of valve or stenosis in the heart valve. Most of the stenosis in the pulmonary valve is congenital, that is, congenital. However, pulmonary valve insufficiency can also be seen.
Minimally invasive heart surgery, which is one of the heart and vascular surgery techniques, can generally be applied to all patients in heart valve replacements and coronary bypass surgeries. However, triple coronary bypass may not be possible when three or more vessels need to be replaced, and when coronary bypass surgery with a heart valve is required. In addition, it may not be possible to perform surgery with minimal incisions in patients with advanced lung disease.
Cardiovascular diseases can be congenital or can occur later. Congenital heart diseases occur as a result of some disorders that occur during the development of the heart in the mother’s womb. Heart hole is one of the examples of congenital heart diseases. While these diseases are sometimes noticed at birth, sometimes they can show their symptoms in the following years. Due to genetic reasons or other reasons, subsequent heart diseases may also occur. The most common heart diseases are heart valve diseases seen in 4 valves, namely mitral valve, tricuspid valve, aortic valve and pulmonary valve in the heart, and cardiovascular diseases, including coronary artery disease due to stenosis or occlusion of the vessels feeding the heart.