Some of the most common vascular surgeries and minimally invasive procedures are performed by the experts at CORE Vascular Services.
A surgical procedure in which the surgeon uses a graft – either a blood vessel from another part of the body or one made of synthetic fabric – to bypass a blockage and restore blood flow to a blocked abdominal aorta. Typically requires a hospital stay of five to seven days.
The surgical removal of atherosclerotic plaque from the carotid artery. This surgery is typically recommended over less invasive treatments when the blockage in the carotid artery becomes significant – 70 percent or more.
A surgical procedure to create a vascular access point for hemodialysis for kidney failure. The access point may be an arteriovenous fistula or a graft.
A surgical procedure in which a graft is inserted to bypass the blocked area of the femoral artery in the thigh or groin to restore normal blood flow. Typically requires a hospital stay of two to three days.
A surgical procedure to bypass a blockage in the popliteal artery near the knee, using either a vein from another part of the body or a synthetic graft. A hospital stay of two to three days is usually necessary.
Carotid angioplasty and stenting
A less invasive procedure in which the surgeon inserts a catheter into a narrowed carotid artery and then inflates a tiny balloon to reopen the artery. A wire mesh stent is used to keep the artery open.
Deep Vein Thrombosis
Endovascular stent graft for aneurysms
Peripheral balloon angioplasty and possible stents
A procedure to open an artery that is narrowed by plaque, using a balloon at the end of a flexible tube, and possible placement of a stent to keep the blood vessel open.
Surgical aneurysm repair
Traditional surgery to repair an aneurysm, in which the vascular surgeon repairs or removes the aneurysm through an incision in the skin. Typically requires a hospital stay of seven to 10 days.
Treatments for varicose veins and spider veins
Minimally invasive treatments to stop the pain, swelling and unsightliness of varicose veins and spider veins, including:
- Endovenous laser treatments – A thin laser fiber is inserted through a tiny entry point, delivering laser energy to seal the faulty vein.
- TriVex vein excision – The removal of the varicose vein using a small illuminated surgical device (also called transilluminated power phlebectomy, or TIPPS).
- Sclerotherapy – Injection of varicose veins with a solution that scars and closes those veins, leading to eventual fading. Performed in the physician’s office.
- Vein Wave – An alternative to painful laser and light-based treatments, Vein Wave offers unprecedented advantages:
- No bandaging or bruising
- No scarring
- No hypo or hyper pogmentation
- No hiding from the sun