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Vascular Surgery
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600 Consultation fee at clinic
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18 years experience overall
  
800 Consultation fee at clinic
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Dr. Anoop.T

Vascular Surgeon

14 years experience overall
  
700 Consultation fee at clinic

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General Surgeon

35 years experience overall
  
850 Consultation fee at clinic

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General Surgeon

30 years experience overall
  
1000 Consultation fee at clinic
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Cardiothoracic Surgeon

19 years experience overall
  
700 Consultation fee at clinic

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Frequently Asked Questions


What is Vascular Surgery?

Vascular surgery is a subspecialty surgery in which vascular system diseases and other diseases associated with lymphatic circulation, veins, and arteries are managed by catheter procedures, medical therapy, and reconstruction. It includes surgery of the carotid arteries, lower extremities, aorta, and veins. It includes different techniques such as:

  1. Thrombolysis
  2. The aortic and peripheral vascular stent or graft replacement
  3. Vascular reconstruction
  4. Balloon angioplasty


It helps in treating vascular diseases that cannot be treated non-surgically and medically.


What are the advantages of Vascular Surgery?

The following are the advantages of Vascular Surgery:

  1. Eliminates vascular disease.
  2. Diagnosis of severe vascular diseases.
  3. Improves the quality of life of the patient.
  4. Helps in treating artery and vein diseases that cannot be treated medically.


What are the indications of Vascular Surgery?

Vascular Surgery is indicated in the following conditions:

  1. Varicose veins
  2. Lymphatic diseases
  3. Hyperhidrosis
  4. Intermittent claudication


What is the preparation for Vascular Surgery?

The following are the steps involved in the preparation of Vascular surgery:

  1. Before undergoing vascular surgery, you must undergo a physical examination.
  2. Follow all the instructions given by your doctor about what to eat, drink, etc.
  3. Inform about your past medical history and if you had any surgeries earlier.
  4. Tell your doctor about your current medications or herbals.
  5. Avoid taking any OTC medications before surgery without informing your doctor.


What are the steps involved in Vascular Surgery?

  1. This surgery involves an incision in the abdomen to get access to the abdominal aorta.
  2. The blocked or bulged blood vessel is opened and replaced with a fabric graft and sutured into the proximal and distal ends of the aorta.
  3. The aorta which is dilated will be closed over the graft.
  4. In the case of bypass surgery, the blood flow will be redirected through a graft around the blockage. This will avoid the blockage of the blood flow.


What is the postprocedure care/recovery care for Vascular Surgery?

  1. After the surgery, you will be feeling very drowsy for the next few hours.
  2. There may be pain and discomfort post the surgery.
  3. Your doctor will prescribe some pain killers to reduce your pain.
  4. Follow all the instructions given by your doctor without fail.
  5. You need to make follow-up visits to your doctor to remove sutures or to know if the sutures are healed, etc.


Who can perform Vascular Surgery [Right specialist type for Vascular Surgery]?

Vascular Surgery can be performed by an experienced vascular surgeon who has performed several successful vascular surgeries. This can be performed by different specialists depending on the type of surgery.


What is the cost of Vascular Surgery?

Cost of Vascular Surgery depends on factors such as:

  1. Admission fee
  2. Doctor fee
  3. Age of the patient
  4. Area of the body to be treated
  5. The medical condition of the patient
  6. Post-surgical complications that are involved
  7. Type of hospital
  8. The admission room that you opted for
  9. Any other lab tests or examination tests such as X-ray, ECG, etc.


The minimum cost in Bangalore starts from Rs.70,000

An average cost in Bangalore is approximately Rs.1,26,000

The maximum cost in Bangalore can rise up to Rs. 2,00,000


Is Vascular Surgery major surgery or minor surgery?

Vascular Surgery may be a major surgery as it involves reconstructing the arteries or veins or blood vessels that carry blood to different parts of the body.


What is the eligibility criteria for Vascular Surgery?

People who can undergo this surgery are:

  1. Individuals who are suffering from heart diseases such as ventricular diseases, stroke, and aortic disease, etc.
  2. People who are suffering from phlebitis.
  3. Individuals who are suffering from severe leg pain.
  4. People with swollen blood vessels and skin discoloration.
  5. Individuals with swollen legs or arms.


What is the ineligibility criteria for Vascular Surgery?

People who cannot undergo Vascular Surgery are:

  1. Individuals whose vascular disease can be treated with non-surgical procedures or by medical therapy.
  2. People who are not diagnosed with vascular diseases.


What are the risks and complications associated with Vascular Surgery?

Risks and Complications associated with Vascular Surgery are:

  1. Bleeding
  2. Swelling in the legs
  3. May cause brain impairment
  4. Impotence
  5. Failed grafts


How long does it take to complete Vascular Surgery?

Vascular Surgery takes almost 2 to 3 hours to complete the surgery and sometimes it may take more than the usual time depending on the condition of the patient.


What is the recovery time?

Patients who undergo Vascular Surgery may be discharged from the hospital on the same day of the surgery. Mostly, the recovery time from Vascular Surgery may take 6 to 8 weeks.


What is the success rate of Vascular Surgery?

The success rate of Vascular Surgery depends on

  1. Age of the patient
  2. The medical condition of an individual
  3. The area to be treated
  4. Experience of the doctor in performing Vascular Surgery


However, the success rate of Vascular Surgery maybe around 87% to 95%.


Is Vascular Surgery painful?

In Vascular Surgery, general anesthesia is given to sedate the individual and the individual does not feel any pain during the surgery. However, after completion of the surgery, an individual may feel mild to moderate pain and discomfort.


Is Vascular Surgery Permanent?

Vascular Surgery may be permanent as it involves in reconstructing the blood vessels, arteries or veins.


What are the long-term results of Vascular Surgery?

  1. Improves the quality of life of the patient.
  2. Reduces the risk of vascular diseases.

However, it may cause peripheral vascular disease [PVD] in some individuals.


Can Vascular Surgery be detected in the future?

Vascular Surgery may or may not be detected in the future.


What are the alternatives for Vascular Surgery? 

In most of the cases, individuals who are suffering from vascular diseases will undergo Vascular Surgery. In a few cases, vascular diseases may be treated with medical therapy or non-surgical procedures.