Endovascular Surgery in Yeshwanthpur Bangalore

Vascular and Endovascular Surgery

Endovascular Surgery in Yeshwanthpur Bangalore


The Department of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery provides a comprehensive range of therapies for the diagnosis and treatment of arterial, venous, and lymphatic system disorders. Endovascular Aneurysm Repair is a surgical speciality in which illnesses of the vascular system are treated using medicinal treatment, minimally invasive catheter techniques, and surgical reconstruction.

Vascular Treatment in Yeshwanthpur Bangalore

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Why Manipal?

Manipal Hospital, Yeshwanthpur, has one of the most renowned, competent, and comprehensive vascular and endovascular surgery medical departments. Manipal Hospital's technicians and doctors are pioneers in vascular and endovascular surgery and other forms of related ailments. Medical experts use cutting-edge surgical procedures such as minimally invasive surgery wherever possible and the most modern state-of-the-art technology for precisely detecting vascular and endovascular illnesses. The treatment approach makes the vascular and endovascular surgery division recognised for its remarkable work.

The specialised division of the vascular and endovascular surgical department at Manipal Hospitals, Yeshwanthpur, guarantees that patients receive the most dependable and up-to-date technologies and research on their conditions. It guarantees that the patients not only have a safe procedure but that the side effects are limited and do not affect the patients in the future. Book an appointment at the top multi-specialty hospital in Yeshwanthpur, Bangalore.

Treatment & Procedures

LASER/ Radio frequency ablation…

Varicose veins

Varicose veins are twisted and swollen veins. Varicose veins can develop in any vein near the skin's surface. Varicose veins are most typically found in the legs. It is because standing and walking raise the pressure in the veins of the lower body. 

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Minimally Invasive Access Salvage…

A vascular professional performs angioplasty, a simple, minimally invasive procedure to release restricted or clogged blood arteries.

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Sclerotherapy for varicose veins

Sclerotherapy is a medical non-surgical procedure used to eliminate varicose veins. Sclerotherapy implicates an injection of a solution directly into the affected vein. The solution is sclerosant, and it irritates the affected vessel, inducing it to swell. This swelling cuts off the lymphatic fluid or blood circulation. Sclerotherapy collapses the…

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Varicose vein surgery

Varicose Veins Varicose veins are bulging, twisted veins visible just beneath the skin's surface. These veins are most commonly found in the leg, although they can also appear in other areas of the body. Varicose veins are a common disorder with minimal indications or symptoms. Varicose veins are cured with a combination of lifestyle adjustments and…

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Venous ulcer management by specialised…

Venous Ulcer

When the vein valves or the calf muscle in the leg do not function properly, blood cannot flow adequately and accumulates in the lower leg. The vein walls extend, and the valves no longer seal firmly. This puts more pressure on the leg veins, starting to cause the legs to swell.

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Diabetic Foot Care & Foot Wear

People with diabetes have a high tendency for delayed wound healing, and the prevalence of unhealed wounds or blisters on the foot can contribute to diabetic ulcers. Diabetes patients are more likely to have decreased nerve sensitivity and nerve damage, which is known as diabetic neuropathy. This nerve injury can result in loss of sensation in the…

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Wound management with international…

Medical practitioners are obligated to provide care to patients suffering from illnesses, diseases, and injuries. Medical practitioners follow wound management with international standard wound care materials such as wound dressing supplies, bandages, and wound dressing kits adequately stored and accessible. So they can immediately treat their patients…

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Non-Invasive Vascular & Neuropathic…

Non-Invasive Vascular & Neuropathy is a medical speciality that helps many diabetic people affected by neuropathic foot. If neuropathy is not effectively handled, it can result in ablation of the afflicted limb, and many disorders can be avoided with regular tests and early intervention.

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Diabetic footwear Division with…

Diabetic foot ulcers are a frequent issue faced by both Type 1 and Type 2 diabetic patients, induced by nerve loss and circulatory abnormalities that disrupt tissue regeneration. While some blisters are formed by wounds or other injuries sustained in falls or accidents, others are induced by pressure points caused by ill-fitting shoes, motion patterns,…

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Endovascular Aneurysm Repair is a surgical speciality in which diseases of the vascular system are treated using medicinal treatment, minimally invasive catheter techniques, and surgical reconstruction. Endovascular surgery is a fast-developing discipline in which the surgeon uses a needle to "recanalise" restricted or obstructed arteries and prevents severely enlarged arteries (aneurysms) from breaking by inserting a prosthetic artery into the defective section. Manipal Hospitals, Yeshwanthpur, provides a range of Vascular and Endovascular surgical treatment procedures to treat various vascular diseases.

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Some common types of complications associated with vascular surgery are - bleeding, clotting, brain damage, infection, and renal failure. The most common and troublesome consequences are bleeding and clotting.

Both vascular and endovascular surgery are treatments for vascular diseases. Endovascular refers to a minimally invasive procedure that is often performed using a needle incision and a sheath. Conventional vascular surgery is more intrusive and surgical in character, requiring incisions.

 

Some of the most common health issues that could require vascular surgery are,

  • Aortic aneurysm.

  • Aortic dissection.

  • Aortic ulcers.

  • Aortic valve disease.

  • Arteriosclerosis / atherosclerosis.

  • Arteriovenous fistula.

  • Arteriovenous malformation.

  • Blood clots.

Endovascular therapies are minimally invasive operations performed inside blood arteries that can be used to treat peripheral arterial disease or PAD, a frequent kind of vascular disorder in the leg, aorta, or carotid artery.

Endovascular aneurysm repair procedure relies heavily on access (EVAR.) The most frequent source of access is the femoral artery, which is generally exposed by an open cutdown.

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