Department of cardiac muscle pathology and transplantation of organs and tissues

About Us

Gavril Kovtun

Cardiac highest category

  • Department of the heart muscle disease and transplantation of the human organs and tissues is considered to be one of the most important curative and diagnostic units of the Kiev city clinical hospital “Kiev city heart centre”.

 

  • In the broad definition, myocardial pathology is determined as a change of the biochemical structure of the heart muscle that accompanies any heart muscle disease: ischemic heart disease, myocarditis, acquired heart disease, cardiomyopathies, arterial hypertension etc. It can not be determined as a particular diagnosis, but we have to consider, that any disease of the heart muscle is followed by dysmetabolic disorders in whole organism.The department is equipped by modern diagnostic facilities of the expert-class that fulfill the requirements of the international standards.
  • The department is staffed by efficient specialists, who underwent postgraduate education and residency training in cardiac surgery in the leading European countries. Cardiac surgeons and cardiologists always participate in the international conferences and congresses that give an opportunity to implement modern medical achievements in the clinical practice, constantly improving the approach to the patient’s treatment.

Guidelines

Diagnostics, drug therapy and surgical treatment of patients with cardiac insufficiency

With Cardiomyopathies

  1. Essential cardiomyopathies
    1. Genetic
      • HCM
      • Arrhythmogenic HCM/right ventricle dysplasia
      • Некомпактних лівий шлуночок («губчастий міокард»)
      • Heart system conduction defects (Lenegre disease)
      • Glycogenosis
      • Cardiac ionic currents dysfunction:
        1. Long QT syndrome
        2. Brugada syndrome
        3. Short QT syndrome
    2. Acquired
      • Cardiomyopathies as consequence of earlier myocarditis
      • Cardiomyopathies associated with mental stress (HCM takotsubo )
      • Periportal cardiomyopathy
      • Cardiomyopathies evoked by rapid heart
    3. Combined
      • DCMP
      • Essential restrictive cardiomyopathy
  2. With secondary cardiomyopathy

Atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease

  1. Stable effort angina
  2. Vasospastic angina pectoris
  3. Instable angina
    1. Firstly occured
    2. Evolving
    3. Early post-infarction
  4. Acute myocardial infarction
  5. Cardiosclerosis
  6. Cardiac aneurysm
  7. Thrombus in a heart cavity

Thromboembolia of the pulmonary artery

  1. Acute
  2. Intractable, recidivating

Acquired heart valvular disease of different ethiology , stage and intensity

  1. Mono valvular defect (with one valvular defect)
    1. Mitral insufficiency
    2. Aortal valvular disease
    3. Tricuspid insufficiency
  2. Complex valvular defects (with two or more valvular defects)
    1. Mitral aortal insufficiency
    2. Aortal mitral valvular disease
    3. Aortal tricuspid insufficiency
    4. Mitral tricuspid insufficiency
    5. Aorto-mitral and tricuspid valvular defect

Acquired with concomitant pathology

  1. Atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease
  2. Obliterative brachiocephalic artery disease
  3. Thoracic aneurysm

Decompensated heart valvular disease which need a heart transplant

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Contacts

 

02660, Kiev city,

Bratyslavka street, 5a

Phone.: +380975444655