Hybrid aortic surgery

Hybrid Aortic Surgery or repair is a procedure that combines conventional open-chest surgery with stent placement (endovascular surgery). It is done to repair the aorta, the primary blood vessel that transports blood from your heart to your vital organs. Aortic aneurysms, enlargement of the aorta, and patients with severe complications due to other medical conditions benefit from this surgery. It is either done in conjunction with each other but can also be staged a few days apart. 

Hybrid aortic surgery

Who Needs Hybrid Aortic Surgery?

Hybrid aortic surgery is like a shot in the arm for patients suffering from severe aortic disease, aortic aneurysm, and enlargement. 

How Is Hybrid Aortic Surgery Performed?

A combined surgical approach, Hybrid Aortic Surgery, allows the surgeon to restore blood flow by fixing an aneurysm through an open surgery followed by repairing the diseased part of the aorta by placing a stent with minimally invasive endovascular technique. 


Hybrid Aortic Surgery is recommended for patients with a complex aortic aneurysm that cannot be effectively treated with one surgical procedure.

Surgeons may perform this procedure in two stages – a few days apart.

As it is staged in two procedures, the patient gets time to recover and heal completely.

The recovery time depends on the patient's health history, current health, and other comorbid conditions. It may take up to a month or two to resume regular activities.

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