Vascular diseases affect the blood vessels. These include heart, Stroke, and Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD). Heart disease causes one in every four deaths worldwide. As the world ages and people live longer, Vascular Diseases will become an even bigger problem than they already are. Why Vascular and Endovascular Surgery? Vascular Surgery deals with diseases and conditions of the blood vessels. Vascular Surgery may also be called Angiology or Circulatory System Surgery. Endovascular Surgery is a type of Vascular Surgery focusing on treating diseases and conditions in the blood vessels using a minimally invasive approach. Endovascular Surgery can treat various issues, from Varicose Veins to Aneurysms.
Manipal Hospitals is the best vascular surgery hospital in Jaipur.
We offer outpatient and daycare facilities for detailed consultations. Our Vascular Surgeons work with Cardiologists, Neurologists and Radiologists for complete patient care.
We offer diagnosis and treatment of complex blood vessel conditions. Our facilities include Endovascular Intervention, Hybrid Procedures, and Open Surgery.
What is the Vascular System?
The Vascular system is the body's circulatory system. It consists of Arteries, Veins, and Capillaries. Blood flows through these vessels to deliver oxygen and nutrients to tissues throughout the body.
Blood comes from the heart via the left ventricle and passes through the Aorta into smaller arteries that carry it throughout the body.
Veins carry blood back to the heart via their network of smaller vessels called Venules and Capillaries, where oxygen is given off to cells in exchange for carbon dioxide waste particles before returning to the heart through more prominent veins called Vena Cava.
Manipal Hospitals has the best doctors in Jaipur for Vascular and Endovascular Surgery in Jaipur. We offer treatment for the entire range of Vascular diseases.
Endovascular surgeries treat conditions of the blood vessels.
Angioplasty increases the size of a blood vessel that is narrowed or blocked by inflating a tiny balloon. The balloon is inserted into the Artery and then inflated with a liquid that keeps it in place. As the balloon inflates, it stretches the Artery open and allows blood to flow.
Stenting is an invasive procedure in which a tube, called a stent, is placed inside an artery narrowed by plaque buildup. Stents are tiny metal tubes with an expandable mesh at their centre. Once inserted into the Artery, they help to keep the blood vessel open and improve blood flow.
A Hybrid procedure is a combination of Endovascular Intervention and Open Surgery. This type of procedure combines the benefits of both procedures to treat a disease or injury. The most common use of a hybrid procedure is to treat Aneurysms, which can be treated with Endovascular Intervention but are too large for a Stent alone.
A Hybrid procedure helps when the patient has an organ with multiple blockages, such as an Artery with multiple Atherosclerotic Plaques.
Thrombolytic Therapy uses medication to break up blood clots that have formed in the Arteries and Veins. This therapy treats specific Heart Attacks, Strokes, and other conditions that result from a blocked Artery or Vein.
Aneurysms are bulges in an Artery that can rupture, causing internal bleeding. They can be located anywhere on the body, including the Brain, Abdomen or Heart.
Venous diseases affect the Veins, including Varicose Veins, Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) and Cellulitis.
Venography uses X-rays to analyse the blood vessels. It can help doctors detect problems with blood flow, such as narrowing the arteries or blockages due to clots or tumours.
Venoplasty and Stenting
Venoplasty and Stenting open blocked Veins. Venoplasty involves inflating a balloon inside the Vein, which creates pressure on the Vein walls, allowing blood to flow through. Stenting involves placing a small tube or wire mesh into the Vein and keeping it open long-term.
Thrombolysis is the dissolution of a blood clot to treat Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT), a severe condition when a blood clot forms in one or more of the body's Deep Veins. The procedure involves injecting an enzyme directly into the clot, which breaks it down and prevents it from moving further up the Vein.
IVC Filter Placement
The Inferior Vena Cava (IVC) is a prominent Vein that returns blood from the lower extremities to the heart. IVC Filter can treat Deep Venous Thrombosis (DVT) or Pulmonary Embolism (PE) as it prevents blood clots from migrating to the lung.
Pulmonary Embolism (PE) occurs when a foreign object, such as a blood clot, travels to your lungs. It causes inflammation and can be fatal if not treated quickly. Symptoms include shortness of breath, chest pain and coughing up blood.
Endovenous Laser or Radio Frequency Ablation
Endovenous Laser or Radio Frequency Ablation is a minimally invasive procedure that treats Varicose Veins without incision. This procedure is done on an outpatient basis and is considered a daycare procedure.
The goal of the procedure is to heat the Vein walls and shrink them over time, causing them to collapse.
Sclerotherapy blocks superficial visible Veins in the leg. It is a daycare procedure that involves injecting the Veins with a liquid solution that causes them to collapse. The result is less visible veins and better circulation.
Vascular Access Salvage
Vascular Access (AV Fistula, AV Grafting) is a need for Haemodialysis.
During this process, the blood is extracted from the Vein and put into a machine called a Dialyser that removes waste products from the blood. The cleaned blood returns to the body. The narrow vessel decreases the flow during Dialysis.
Angioplasty and Stenting are treatment options to improve blood flow in narrowed vessels.
Arteriovenous Malformation (AVM) is a birth condition that affects the connection of Arteries and Veins, especially in the brain and spine, leading to seizures, headaches, and internal bleeding.
Chronic Kidney Disease requiring Dialysis
Salvage of AV ACC
All diabetes patients requiring foot counselling
Vascular Lab for evaluation of patients with Vascular Disease
Advance Endovascular Treatment
Venous Diseases Treatment
Venous Malformation (VM) can affect any body part. It is a non-cancerous growth in which abnormal veins grow out of Vein walls and into surrounding tissue, forming a mass of tangled blood vessels and Cysts. Venous Malformations are often associated with inherited conditions, such as Marfan's Syndrome.
Consult the best Vascular and Endovascular Surgeon in Jaipur to treat Venous Malformation.
Vascular Surgery treats conditions that affect the blood vessels. It can treat conditions such as Varicose Veins, Ulcers and Hemorrhoids.
Endovascular Surgery, a minimally invasive procedure, uses a catheter to remove blockages in the Arteries or Veins. It helps people with a stroke or heart attack but can also treat conditions such as Aneurysms or Tumors.
Blood vessels can be affected by many conditions that cause them to swell or harden. These include:
Hypertension causes the walls of the blood vessels to stiffen and narrow.
Atherosclerosis causes plaque buildup on the walls of the blood vessels
Venous Insufficiency causes Varicose Veins and other problems with circulation in the legs.
Plaques are calcified deposits of calcium, phosphorous and other minerals that build up in the Arteries. They can block blood flow and increase the risk of heart disease and stroke.