Dr. Antonios Pitsis, PhD, FETCS, FESC

Head of Cardiac Surgery

Minimally invasive coronary surgery (without median sternotomy)

Minimally invasive coronary surgery (without median sternotomy)

Minimally invasive coronary surgery (without median sternotomy)

Minimally invasive coronary artery surgery is the method we use to treat all coronary artery bypass surgery.

The surgery is performed on a beating heart and without the use of extracorporeal circulation.

Minimally invasive coronary surgery, without the use of median sternotomy, can be performed in special cases, such as in vascular disease. The operation is performed endoscopically, through a small incision of 3-4 cm in the left hemithorax.

Information for cardiac patients
See the Cardiac Surgery Information Guide

Dr. Pitsis is the Head of Cardiac Surgery in Saint Luke's Hospital, Panorama, Thessaloniki, Greece. He specialises in totally endoscopic, minimally invasive and endovascular techniques.

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Contact

St. LUKE'S Hospital

Panorama 552 36, Thessaloniki, Greece

+30 2310 390550

Clinic

Papakiritsi 8 & Adrianoupoleos, 551 33 Kalamaria - Thessaloniki, Greece

+30 2310 407424

Email

info@apitsis.gr

www.apitsis.gr