Anaesthesia care for patients undergoing surgery, medical operations, or dealing with pain is the primary goal of anesthesiology. Chord Road Hospital's anesthesiology sub-department comprises a highly qualified and experienced group of anesthesiologists dedicated to ensuring the patient's comfort, safety, and well-being throughout their perioperative experience. Here is an overview of the services offered in our Anesthesiology sub-departments:At Chord Road, we provide a comprehensive range of services in Vascular Surgery, specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of conditions affecting the blood vessels. Our skilled team of vascular surgeons utilizes advanced techniques and state-of-the-art technology to deliver high-quality care to our patients.
For more detailed information about each sub-specialty and the services we offer, please explore the respective sections below.
Endovascular Surgery is a minimally invasive approach to treat vascular conditions. It involves accessing the blood vessels through small incisions and using catheters and specialized instruments to repair or treat the affected area. Our expert team offers a wide range of endovascular procedures, including angioplasty, stenting, and endovascular aneurysm repair.
Endovascular Surgery is utilized to treat various vascular conditions, including:
Endovascular surgery utilizes advanced technology and techniques to perform minimally invasive procedures. Some of the advanced technologies and techniques used in endovascular interventions include:
Venous Surgery focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of conditions affecting the veins. Our specialized team provides comprehensive evaluation and management of venous disorders, including varicose veins, deep vein thrombosis, and venous insufficiency. We offer various treatment options, including minimally invasive procedures like endogenous laser therapy, sclerotherapy, and vein stripping.
Venous Surgery focuses on the treatment of various venous conditions, including:
Venous surgery aims to treat venous diseases and restore proper venous circulation. The surgical procedures commonly performed for the management of venous diseases include:
Hemodialysis Access Surgery involves creating or managing vascular access for patients undergoing hemodialysis treatment. Our experienced surgeons perform procedures such as arteriovenous fistula (AVF) creation, arteriovenous graft (AVG) placement, and catheter insertion for reliable and efficient hemodialysis access.
Hemodialysis Access Surgery focuses on creating or managing vascular access for patients requiring hemodialysis treatment. The following conditions are treated under Hemodialysis Access Surgery:
Hemodialysis access surgery aims to create a suitable access point for patients undergoing hemodialysis. The evaluation process and surgical options for hemodialysis patients typically involve:
Radiofrequency Ablation is a minimally invasive procedure used to treat certain vascular conditions, such as varicose veins and venous reflux disease. It involves using radiofrequency energy to heat and close off problematic veins. This procedure offers an effective alternative to traditional surgical methods, with less pain and faster recovery.
Radiofrequency Ablation is primarily used for the treatment of venous conditions, including:
Radiofrequency ablation is a minimally invasive procedure used to treat certain vascular conditions. Here's how the procedure works and how radiofrequency energy is used to ablate targeted tissues:
Call our appointment helpline or use our website to book a vascular surgeon consultation at Chord Road Hospital. Our staff can assist you in scheduling a convenient appointment.
Yes, Chord Road Hospital provides advanced minimally invasive vascular procedures, including endovascular techniques, which result in smaller incisions, reduced scarring, faster recovery times, and excellent outcomes for our patients.
The recovery period after vascular surgery varies depending on the type of procedure performed, but most patients can expect to return to normal activities within a few weeks to a couple of months.