Ross surgery


Ross Operation is used in young patients with aortic valve problems. It is to replace the diseased aortic valve by the patient's pulmonary valve implantation with a cryopreserved pulmonary homograft itself. Ross Operation is suitable for young people with stenosis or regurgitation that can not be corrected properly by conservative techniques. This operation is showing very good results and the patient should not take anticoagulants and can make a completely normal life.