The paediatric cardiology provides a complete spectrum of medical and surgical services and aims to provide care for children in a child-friendly environment.
- Interventional Cardiology procedures are carried out is to gather evidence in the diagnosis of cardiac or pulmonary disease and to carry out interventional procedures for the non-surgical repair of congenital heart defects. Other procedures conducted include devices to close holes in the heart, valve replacements or inflated balloons to enlarge narrow vessels.
- The Electrophysiology (EP) Service offers a full range of diagnostic and therapeutic interventions for primary arrhythmias in children, some of which may be inherited or associated with congenital heart disease.
- Cardiovascular surgeries performed are There are many kinds of heart defects. Some are minor, and others are more serious. Defects can occur inside the heart or in the large blood vessels outside the heart. Some heart defects may need surgery right after the baby is born.:
o Aortic valve surgery – minimally invasive
o Aortic valve surgery – open
o Atrial septal defect (ASD)
o Coarctation of the aorta
o Congenital heart defect – corrective surgery
o Patent ductus arteriosus
o Tetralogy of Fallot
o Transposition of the great vessels
o Truncus arteriosus
o Ventricular septal defect