Vascular Surgery and Limb Salvage Services
The Division of Vascular Surgery provides state of the art treatment to all patients with vascular disease in an effort to assure the highest quality of life possible. The Vascular Surgery Team is involved in the diagnosis, evaluation and management of all types of arterial, venous and lymphatic disease exclusive of that affecting the heart and intracranial vessels.
- Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Surgery
- Surgical repair of peripheral arterial aneurysms
- Peripheral Arterial Bypass
- Carotid artery surgery
- Complex revascularization of the great vessels arising from the aortic arch
- Major and complex upper and lower extremity arterial revascularization procedures
- Surgical treatment of complex venous disorders of the lower extremities
The limb salvage program provides for the multidisciplinary inclusion of the specialties of wound care, vascular surgery, nursing care, physical therapy and other disciplines as identified including, but not limited to infectious disease, nutrition, diabetes management, etc. Through the expertise of these specialists patients suffering from critical limb ischemia, are offered a team devoted to limb salvage. Our goal is to foster independence and prevent amputations associated with diabetes and peripheral arterial disease (PAD).
- Peripheral Arterial Diseases of the extremities
- Critical Limb Ischemia
- Diabetic Wounds
After the initial assessment and evaluation, each patient has a treatment plan designed specifically for their particular needs. Therapies consistent with best practice and evidence based medicine are employed.