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    CARE Hospitals in Banjara Hills, Hyderabad, is inviting patients with coronary artery disease (CAD) for evaluation and treatment at an upcoming conference. CAD is a major health concern in India, responsible for 27% of deaths in the country. This highlights the importance of addressing this condition promptly to prevent severe and potentially fatal consequences.

    Chronic Total Occlusion (CTO) is a severe form of CAD where arteries are fully blocked by hard calcium deposits. Traditionally, CTO is treated with bypass surgery, which can be challenging for certain patients. However, a specialized Japanese sutureless technique has shown success rates exceeding 90% in treating CTO. This technique offers hope to patients who may otherwise face serious heart complications or heart failure if left untreated.

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    Dr. V Suryaprakasa Rao, along with his team at CARE Hospitals in Banjara Hills, has successfully treated numerous CTO patients using the innovative Japanese sutureless technique. Their expertise provides new hope to individuals struggling with this complex condition.

    CARE Hospitals is dedicated to advancing cardiac care and offering cutting-edge treatments to patients. The hospital’s Chief Operating Officer, Syed Kamran Husain, emphasizes the importance of evaluating eligibility for the innovative surgical treatment for CAD. Lifestyle factors like physical inactivity, unhealthy diets, and smoking contribute to CAD, along with the prevalence of diabetes in India, which significantly increases the risk of developing the disease.

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    The Indo-Japanese CTO Club (IJCTO), in partnership with CARE Hospitals, will host a prestigious conference in Hyderabad from June 7-9. This event will bring together experts from around the world to discuss advancements in CTO Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (PCI), offering a platform for scientific learning and collaboration in CAD treatment.

    CARE Hospitals Group operates 17 healthcare facilities across 7 cities in India, delivering comprehensive care in over 30 clinical specialties. As a regional leader in healthcare, CARE Hospitals is committed to providing top-quality medical services and advancing treatments for conditions like CAD.

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