Advanced Vascular Surgery at Fortis Hospitals, Mumbai
Vascular surgery involves surgery for diseases of the vascular system (arteries, veins, lymphatic circulation). Currently, arterial and venous diseases treatment are majorly being done with newer procedures such as angiography, stenting, sclerotherapy and so on, which are endovascular (minimally invasive) rather than traditional vascular surgeries. Advantages of such procedures are shorter hospital stay and lower mortality rates.
Fortis Hospitals, Mumbai Vascular Surgery Department offers comprehensive treatment for adult and paediatric patients with serious conditions of blood vessels and lymph system. We are proficient in managing the entire spectrum of conditions affecting all parts of the vascular system including peripheral artery disease, aortic disease, mesenteric disease and carotid artery disease. Our experienced surgeons work closely with experts from multiple speciality departments such as cardiology, interventional radiology, neurology and physiotherapy; to develop a customised treatment plan based on patient’s clinical condition. We provide patients access to a wide range of therapy options from open surgical interventions (carotid endarterectomy) to highly-advanced key-hole surgeries (atherectomy, endovascular aneurysm repair EVAR, carotid artery stenting, sclerotherapy) including laser treatments (endovenous laser therapy).
We are leading in the city for our use of new techniques in treating complex aneurysms, varicose veins, venous ulcers, vascular malformations and paediatric minimally invasive vascular surgeries. Our centre is well-recognised for superior surgical outcomes, at par with international standards.
Our team uses a multidisciplinary approach to bring you expert individualise care:
- Vascular surgeons
- Paediatric vascular surgeons
- Interventional radiologists
- Well-trained radiology technicians, nurses, physiotherapists
The team is ably supported by intensive care specialists, infectious diseases specialists, clinical nutritionists and clinical pharmacologists.