Experiences


Adult cardiac surgery

Off pump coronary artery bypass (OPCAB, MIDCAB)

Minimally invasive aortic, mitral and tricuspid surgery

Minimally invasive ASD closure

Robot assisted cardiac surgery (CABGs, ASD closure etc.)

Heart ritm surgery, ablation techniques, MAZE procedure

Aortic surgery, aortic root surgery

Aortic valve repair, valve sparing surgery

Heart and Lung transplantation

Carotid surgery

SCIENTIFIC TOPICS AND WORKS

1997 – 2008 MIDCAB, OPCAB, Awake surgery

1997 – 2008 Minimally invasive valve surgery

1998 – 2006 Robot assisted cardiac surgery

Worlds first closed chest double bypass

Worlds first closed chest ASD repair

Worlds first closed chest RIMA to RCA bypass

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2000 – 2008 Mild hypothermia for surgery of aortic arch

2005 Developement a distal perfusion cannula

2006 Radio-frequence chip technology for heart

Wireless left atrial pressure device

Wireless coronary flow device


Prof. Dr. Tayfun Aybek

Cardiovascular Surgery

Mobile: +90 534 520 5317
Landline: +90 312 292 9806
Fax: +90 312 284 5870
E-mail: ta@tayfunaybek.com

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