Vascular Surgery

Vascular Surgery can be arterial or venous. The arterial part is surgical, compromised by its complexity and with it, the surgeon is working face-to-face with the life of a patient and with the part of his body on which the surgeon is operating, to obtain its normal functioning with good circulation which is crucial. A bad result can lead to amputation of this limb of the body. Therefore, it is a stressful type of surgery for both the patient and the physician.

Endovascular surgery endeavors, by means of catheters, to resolve problems of poor access or narrowing of the blood vessels, above all aneurysms or stenosis, in particular iliac or aorto-iliac.