• CONVENTIONAL TREATMENT

        Lower Extremity Arterial Bypass Graft Surgery

Conventional Bypass Graft

Blood Supply for Peripheral Vascular

 

Conventional bypass graft surgery. If the vascular disease is too severe to treat with angioplasty then it may be necessary to deal with the lesionwith surgery. The main purpose is to make sure there is enough blood supply for peripheral vascular in order to prevent ischemic necrosis and amputation.

 

Vascular endarterectomy is carried out depending on the lesion size and location and on top of that bypass graft is implemented with an artificial or autologous vessel. Generally, the surgery is to rejoin the lesion and far end vessel for a new route for the blood flow in order for ischemic tissues to have blood supply.

HEALTH PLANS
  • DIAGNOSE

 

 

 

  • CONVENTIONAL TREATMENT

 

 

 

  • Minimally Invasive Endovascular Surgery

 

 

 

  • NON OPERATING TREATMENT