Expert surgeons successfully perform Pectus Excavatum correction surgeries using the innovative Pectus Up technique at Beacon Hospital in Dublin.

In a spirit of collaboration and exchange of accumulated experience in the treatment of Pectus Excavatum with the innovative surgical technique of Pectus Up, Professor Redmond from Ireland and Professor Kolvekar from the UK carried out three Pectus Excavatum correction procedures using the Pectus Up method in a single day at Beacon Hospital in Dublin.

Both Redmond and Kolvekar are widely recognized professors in the field of thoracic surgery. Both surgeons are also experts in the treatment of Pectus Excavatum. For years, they have been demonstrating their experience and skill with numerous treated patient cases and various corrective techniques (such as the classic Nuss technique). Among all the corrective techniques for Pectus Excavatum in adults, the Pectus Up technique stands out as innovative and highly effective.

The surgical team involved successfully performed a total of 3 Pectus Up surgeries on the same day, demonstrating their expertise in the field of thoracic surgery. The procedure used to correct Pectus Excavatum in these three patients with different degrees of asymmetry and sternal depression was the minimally invasive Pectus Up technique. Thanks to this minimally invasive surgical method for extrathoracic (outside of chest cavity) technique, patients will be able to regain a proper shape of their chest and return to their daily lives with normalcy within the same week and with minimal pain.

Beacon Hospital, located in Dublin, Ireland, is one of the most technologically advanced private hospitals in Europe and has a team of over 1,700 medical professionals recognized for their excellence in healthcare. It provides a top-notch hospital environment for performing these types of procedures. Their highly trained medical team, led by Professor Redmond in thoracic surgery, along with their modern infrastructure, are crucial to the success of surgical interventions for both thoracic deformities and complex pathologies.

Professor Redmond expressed her satisfaction with the results achieved and highlighted the importance of effectively addressing Pectus. She also thanked Professor Kolvekar for his collaboration and invaluable expertise throughout the process.

The sharing of experience and knowledge by highly skilled and specialized surgeons in the field of thoracic surgery demonstrates their commitment and professionalism in providing their patients with the best solution for their Pectus Excavatum.