Vascular Surgeries

Cardioheal’s expert surgical team provides relevant surgical solutions for all types of vascular diseases including: surgery and catheterization of the carotid (neck) artery and arteries of the lower limbs, innovative endovascular treatment via catheterization, or the combination of catheterization and surgical procedures to repair abdominal aorta or pelvic vein aneurisms and stenoses.
The combination of expertise in cardiology, pulmonology and vascular surgery in conjunction with ASSUTA’s state-of-the-art medical equipment and technology, helps significantly towards the success of the procedure and the patient’s speedy recovery. The varied surgical techniques available, the advantages and disadvantages of various surgical options, as well as pre-surgery decision-making, post-surgery management and recovery, will all be reviewed by the medical staff of Cardioheal. Together with the patient, the Cardioheal team will provide the optimal choice of individualized treatment based on the patient’s medical criteria.

Details about the considerations, preparation, surgical course and recovery process can be found on those pages describing the specific medical conditions and different types of vascular surgery. In addition, it is recommended that you consider the possibility of a private consultation with Cardioheal’s experts in order to receive the best solution for your medical condition.

For further information, or to coordinate a private consultation or operation – please fill out the contact form.

The following text refers to specific types of procedures:

  • Background Carotid endarterectomy is a surgical procedure that results in the removal of atherosclerotic plaques situated in the arteries of the neck (the common carotid arteries), as a result of atherosclerosis which causes these plaques to form….
  • Background Peripheral atherosclerosis disorder is a disease that narrows the blood vessel’s space outside of the heart. When atherosclerosis involves the aorta (the abdominal aorta) and the arteries of the lower limbs, it results in a blood flow…
  • Background One of the expressions of atherosclerosis is expansion of the arteries due to a genetic disorder evidenced by the weakening of the arterial wall. Along with other risk factors, such as smoking and high blood pressure, this could lead to…