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The Mater Hospital is the national centre for cardiothoracic surgery and heart and lung transplantation. The department provides highly specialised treatment for patients with diseases of the heart, lungs and chest. These services include cardiac surgery, thoracic surgery, heart and lung transplantation, adult congenital heart disease and the Irish heart valve bank. The cardiac surgery service provides treatment to patients with diseases of the heart such as coronary artery disease, aortic disease, or valvular heart disease. The thoracic surgery services provides treatment to patients with lung conditions such as cancer, fibrosis or emphysema.
This department performs heart and lung transplantation for patients whose heart or lungs are failing. Read more about this service on our heart and lung transplant page.
The perfusion department is part of the cardiothoracic department. The perfusion department provides circulatory and respiratory support for patients during surgeries and procedures including heart and lung transplantation, coronary artery bypass, heart valve surgery, adult congenital surgery, and Extracorporeal Life Support ECLS.
The department also runs a training programme for perfusionists, providing on-the-job training and education in the Mater Theatre Department, in conjunction with a Masters Degree programme at the University of Bristol. The adult congenital heart disease service is a speciality service that provides medical and surgical treatment to patients who were born with heart disease. If the address matches an existing account you will receive an email with instructions to retrieve your username.
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