Treatment of patients with arterial, venous, and lymphatic system illness through surgical procedures is referred to as vascular surgery, excluding the intracranial and coronary arteries. When less invasive methods of treating a patient’s vascular illness are ineffective, vascular surgery may be the only option. Vascular disorders, which affect the arteries and veins, are the primary focus of vascular surgery. Circulatory diseases, such as arteriosclerosis, heart attacks, and strokes, may all be caused by arterial disease. Venous illness is a condition that affects the veins in the body. Some vascular disorders solely affect the arteries, while others affect both the veins and the arteries.
Techniques for endovascular surgery include balloon angioplasty, stenting, aortic and peripheral vascular endovascular stent/graft implantation, thrombolysis, and various tools for vascular reconstruction.
Both cutting-edge clinical care and groundbreaking investigations into vascular disease are the focus of Regal Hospital’s Vascular Surgery Department. Surgical and endovascular procedures, along with a range of medical treatments, can all be conducted in our advanced facilities. Every year, more than 1700 patients receive treatment from highly skilled and experienced experts. Our annual patient population with vascular disease is about 600.