Vascular surgery is a surgical specialty that deals with the treatment of vascular diseases of the arteries and veins using medical or surgical methods of treatment or minimally invasive methods such as catheterization.
Medcare Vascular Center Medcare Vascular Surgery Center has internationally recommended standards.
We spend a lot of time and effort into ensuring that you receive proper pre-, during and post-operative care at this premier vascular surgery center.
You can access the latest technologies that are crucial to ensuring your well-being with the help of numerous specialties.
Your surgery and recovery journey will be as easy and comfortable as possible thanks to our friendly environment and staff members.
If you have any health problems that affect your blood vessels, your primary care physician may recommend that you see a specialist surgeon. Sometimes, symptoms may indicate a problem with the blood vessels. For example, discomfort in the legs may indicate disease in the peripheral veins or arteries.
In addition, consulting a vascular specialist may be beneficial for those who suffer from diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, obesity, smoking, and other diseases that can damage blood vessels.
Vascular surgeons at Medcare collaborate closely with experts in internal medicine, cardiology, neurology, physiotherapy, rehabilitation and radiology. Surgeons discuss with patients all available treatment options, including catheterization and classical surgeries.
Together with your doctor, you will decide which strategy will work best to treat your problem, and this may entail the use of modern techniques that have great results and guarantee a quick recovery for many patients. For example, carotid endarterectomy or a procedure known as carotid artery revascularization can be recommended for those suffering from this disease, which is a necessary to prevent strokes.
when possible, modern methods are used, for example, stents of blood vessels with catheters can be used for patients with atherosclerosis and diabetic foot, which may avoid amputation of the extremities.
The vascular surgeons at Medcare often provides much-needed assistance to patients with complex and serious blood vessel problems (vascular disease). Patients of all ages receive coordinated and comprehensive care from vascular surgery experts.
Our doctors perform complex stenting, blood clot removal and bypass surgery using the latest techniques in vascular and endovascular surgery.
Treated diseases include carotid artery disease, mesenteric artery syndrome, patients with renal insufficiency, and peripheral artery disease.
When you visit Medcare clinics, you will be treated according to international standards. The surgeons at Medcare Clinics in Dubai and Sharjah are dedicated to providing unparalleled surgical care.
Our vascular surgeons at Medcare Vascular surgery Centre diagnoses diseases and prescribes treatments for arteries and veins.
You will receive a complete treatment plan for any medical condition, including recommendations, medications, and surgery.
Specialists at Medcare Vascular Center in Dubai and Sharjah treat:
We encourage you to contact our team of top vascular surgeons at Medcare Hospitals in Dubai and Sharjah to diagnose and treat any of these diseases.
Specialists at Medcare Vascular Surgery Center treat a wide range of vascular disorders, from the simplest to the most complex, including peripheral arterial disease and chronic wounds.
Medcare is one of the oldest centers for treating vascular diseases.
At Medcare, we use the latest technology to provide our patients with the care they need, knowing that our surgeons have received extensive training in open and difficult surgeries.
We assure you to use the latest methods available today to reduce postoperative pain and to speed up the recovery period and scar recovery
Last update date: 21-03-2023
Dr. Saher Arour is an expert at vascular surgery in the General Surgery department at Medcare with a number of specialised qualifications from Germany to his credit and work experience at various hospitals in Germany.