Vascular Disease Treatment & Management.
- Carotid/Renal/ Subclavian angiography and angioplasty with stenting
- Peripheral angiography with angioplasty of arm or leg arteries
- Aorta and Visceral artery angioplasty
- Venous angiography with IVC filter placement and angioplasty of stenotic veins.
- Management of Deep Vein Thrombosis (including placement of IVC filters)
- Covered Stent Grafts for Trauma, Arterio-Venous Fistulae and Aneurysms
- Carotid endarterectomy – Surgery for Stroke Prevention
- Bypass Surgery for Leg Arteries
- Management for gangrene of limbs to prevent amputation
- Surgery for Aortic Aneurysm/ Aortic occlusion
- Emergency surgery for vascular injury in Accident and Trauma
- Vascular control for bleeding vessels/ Tumour Vascular control
Venous Disease Treatment
Venous insufficiency is neither uncommon nor benign. Treatment is aimed at ameliorating the symptoms and, whenever possible, at correcting the underlying abnormality.
No oral medication has yet been proven useful for the treatment of venous disease. Graduated compression is the cornerstone of the modern treatment of venous insufficiency. Surgical or endovenous therapy is commonly reserved for those with discomfort or ulcers refractory to medical management. The primary goal of such therapy is to improve the venous circulation by correcting venous insufficiency by removing the major reflux pathways.
Diabetic Foot Care Center
If you have diabetes, nerve damage, circulation problems, and infections can lead to serious foot problems. However, you can take precautions to maintain healthy feet.
Managing your diabetes and maintaining a healthy lifestyle helps keep your feet healthy. This should include:
- regular medical exams, including foot checks at every visit and checking your ABCs (A1c, blood pressure, and cholesterol)
- monitoring your blood sugar daily
- regular exercise
- eating a balanced diet rich in fruits and vegetables