Vascular Surgery Range of Services

We tre­at arte­ri­al and venous cir­cu­lato­ry dis­or­ders of the legs, in the abdo­mi­nal regi­on, of the upper extre­mi­ties and in the neck regi­on. All vascu­lar sur­gi­cal con­di­ti­ons, arte­ri­al and venous, are trea­ted in a com­pe­tent, inter­di­sci­pli­na­ry and sta­te-of-the-art man­ner.

Spe­cial empha­sis in the arte­ri­al area is on the tre­at­ment of the main arte­ry (aor­ta) and the caro­tid arte­ry as well as on the tre­at­ment of inter­mit­tent clau­di­ca­ti­on (peri­pheral arte­ry disea­se, PAD). In the venous area, the focus is on the tre­at­ment of vari­co­se veins and iliac vein throm­bo­sis. One par­ti­cu­lar spe­cia­li­ty is access sur­ge­ry (AV fis­tu­la or shunt) for dia­ly­sis pati­ents.

Clas­sic vascu­lar sur­ge­ry and mini­mal­ly inva­si­ve pro­ce­du­res are used.

Main artery
(Aorta)

Neck artery
(Carotid)

Intermittent claudication
(PAD)

Varicose veins
(Varicosis)

Dialysis access
(Shunt)

Organ arteries
(Visceral vessels)