The vascular system is also known as the circulatory system and is made up of blood vessels. These blood vessels include arteries and veins that carry blood from the heart to the rest of the body and back to your heart. Over time, arteries tend to thicken due to the build-up of plaque which may cause a heart attack. Diseases of the vascular system can be life-threatening but are highly treatable.
Manipal hospital is the best hospital in vascular & endovascular surgery in Dwarka, Delhi. It is the first of its kind in New Delhi.
Our best vascular surgeons in Dwarka, Delhi work endlessly to provide comprehensive care to our patients.
Our vascular surgeons in Delhi work closely with different specialists in cardiology, neurology, radiology etc, to develop a treatment plan to suit our patient’s medical needs.
We use advanced endovascular techniques to manage a range of vascular disease. Over time, we have earned the reputation of being the best centre for vascular disease.
All vascular emergencies are handled 24x7.
Vascular surgery helps in the management of vascular health issues and improves the quality of life. Endovascular surgery helps in the management of the diseases of blood vessels (eg, aneurysm or swelling of the blood vessel).
The Department of Vascular & Endovascular Surgery at Manipal Hospital, Dwarka, New Delhi is specialised in the diagnosis and surgical management of serious and complicated conditions of the blood vessels. Management includes endovascular intervention, hybrid procedure and open surgery.
Our OPD staff and facilities are aimed at providing a detailed consultation and solutions for patients with all types of blood vessels disorders. Our OPD services include:
The Vein centre: Deals with all cases of vein disorders (varicose vein, venous malformation)
Centre for Vascular access (Haemodialysis): For patients with chronic kidney disease requiring dialysis, AV fistula, AV grafting, Permacath insertion, Salvage of AV ACC
Diabetic foot and Advance wound care centre: For all diabetes patients requiring foot counselling, footcare, debridement and many advance dressings.
Vascular Medicine: Vascular surgery does not only mean surgery. There are many diseases which require medical management and continuous care.
Vascular Lab: We have a laboratory where we evaluate patients with vascular disease, screening and follow-up.
Advanced endovascular surgery is used to treat problems of blood vessels including and not limited to:
Angioplasty: Angioplasty is a minimally invasive procedure to open up the blocked vessel. Different types of balloons are placed in the blocked area of the vessel and inflated. This opens up the blocked artery and increases blood circulation immediately. The patient is relieved from pain immediately.
Stenting: Many places to keep the vessel open we need to place a stent. It is a tubular metallic tube.
Hybrid Procedure: In a complex vascular disease where we have to perform the endovascular intervention and open surgery. We have the Hybrid OT to perform both the procedures together.
Thrombolytic Therapy: Blocked arteries or veins with blood clot require clot lysis to increase flow in the vessel.
Some blood vessels especially arteries bulge and may even burst like a balloon. These localised arterial bulges are called aneurysms.
Thoracic Aortic Aneurysm
Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm: Pulsatile bulge in the abdomen is the presenting complaint.
Peripheral Aneurysms: Low abdominal and lower limb arterial bulge.
Commonest venous disorders are varicose vein, deep vein thrombosis, venous ulcer. Patient visit to our OPD with a dilated bunch of veins in the leg (varicose vein). Unexplained sudden leg swelling could be deep vein thrombosis. This needs urgent medical attention. The chronic venous disease requires long-term medical care.
Venography: Venography involves X-ray analysis of the blood vessels posts administration of a contrast medium for easy detection.
Venoplasty and Stenting: Some of the vein blockages need opening by venoplasty (opening of the blocked vein with Balloon) and stenting.
Thrombolysis: A blood clot in deep veins require clot lysis (systemic/catheter-directed)
IVC filter placement: Deep venous thrombosis has the tendency of migration of clot to the lung. To prevent this Filter is placed in IVC to prevent pulmonary embolism which is a serious complication.
Endovenous Laser/ Radio Frequency Ablation: Minimal invasive intervention to treat the varicose vein. It does not require any cut/incision. It is a daycare procedure.
Sclerotherapy: It is a Daycare/OPD procedure to block superficial visible veins in the leg.
Vascular Access Salvage: Vascular Access (AV Fistula, AV grafting) is done for haemodialysis.
Because of many regions, the flow during dialysis decreases. This could be because of the narrowing of the vessel. This can be treated by angioplasty and stenting.
Arteriovenous Malformation- A birth condition characterised by abnormal connection of arteries and veins, especially seen in the brain and the spine. This can lead to seizures, headaches and internal bleeding. Treatment includes
Both vascular surgery and endovascular surgery are used in the management of vascular diseases. Endovascular surgery uses a minimally invasive approach that involves small incisions, and quick healing time. Vascular surgery uses a more invasive approach that involves larger incisions and takes time to heal.
Cholesterol, calcium, fat, and other substances present in the blood get deposited inside the arteries. Over time, a build-up of these substances causes the artery to clog and limit the flow of blood to the rest of the body. It leads to chest pain and heart attack.
When the wall of a blood vessel or an artery weakens and abnormally bulges, it is called an aneurysm. The contributing factors for the development of an aneurysm include age, family history, gender (males are at higher risk), obesity, etc.
Varicose veins are swollen or twisted veins. Weak or damaged vein walls and valves stretch or twist due to high blood pressure in the veins causing varicose veins.
Vascular medicine is a sub-speciality that focuses on the management of problems of the circulatory system located outside of the heart. These problems may involve arteries (which deliver blood from the heart to the tissues), veins (deliver blood back to the heart) and lymphatic system transports lymph fluid back to the circulation).