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Bioresorbable Vascular Scaffold (BVS)


Bioresorbable Vascular Scaffold (BVS) is the most recent development in treating Coronary Artery Disease.

It involves a nonmetallic lattice tube that is utilized to treat a contracted vein, appears like a stent, yet gradually disintegrates once the blocked conduit can work actually again and stays open all alone. Similar to a little work tube, BVS is intended to open up a blocked supply route in the heart and restore blood stream to the heart muscle. BVS breaks up once the supply route can naturally stay open, conceivably permitting the vein to work once more.

BVS offers many benefits for patients from not having to continually worry about getting a perpetual insert, allowing patients to continue to exercise, and helps with patient’s long-term heart health.


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Mr. Ahab Hamadi from Egypt - Cyber Knife surgery for Acoustic Schwannoma

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What made Mr. Ahab Hamadi choose Apollo Hospitals' Cyber Knife surgery for Acoustic Schwannoma and fly all the way from Egypt, where he had an alternative treatment available? Watch here.