At the Department of Vascular Surgery, we offer comprehensive services for the diagnosis and treatment of a wide variety of vascular conditions. We treat various conditions affecting the diseases of arteries, veins and lymph vessels. Our team of vascular surgeons are recognised as the leaders in their field. We offer accuracy-driven minimally invasive procedures to maintain your vascular health. Our surgical experts utilize state-of-the-art equipment at our modular operating theaters to enhance your treatment journey and experience. The department is supported by an experienced team of critical care experts to offer 24✕7 emergency services. Our surgeons personalize your care plan according to your health needs to offer a better patient experience and the best clinical outcomes.
Conditions we treat
Varicose veinsVaricose veins, also known as spider veins, is a condition in which your veins become twisted and enlarged that appear dark and blue in colour. This condition usually affects the veins in your legs. We offer precision-driven, advanced LASER treatment for varicose veins.
Peripheral arterial diseasePeripheral arterial disease is a progressive condition affecting blood circulation. In this condition, the flow of blood to the limbs is reduced due to the narrowing of blood vessels. Treatment protocols include vascular surgery, medication and lifestyle changes, usually in a combination.
Renal vascular diseaseRenal vascular disease is a group of conditions affecting the blood vessels of the kidneys. Due to this condition, the blood flow into and out of the kidneys is largely affected, leading to other complications such as high blood pressure and kidney failure. Renal vascular diseases can be treated by a combination of medicinal and surgical approaches.
Deep vein thrombosisDeep vein thrombosis (DVT) is a condition that causes blood clotting in one or more of the deep veins. This condition usually affects the deep veins in the legs. DVT can be effectively treated through advanced vascular surgery including thrombolysis, venous stenting and venous bypass.
Chronic venous insufficiencyChronic venous insufficiency (CVI) is a condition in which the valves in your leg veins do not function properly, disrupting the flow of blood back to the heart. CVI can cause severe pain, swelling, cramps, changes in the skin as well as varicose veins. Vascular interventions including litigation and vein bypass can be done for CVI treatment.
Diabetic footDiabetic foot is a condition that causes foot problems in diabetic patients. Uncontrolled sugar levels can lead to a variety of complications including diabetic feet. This condition is usually characterized by blisters or ulcers on the feet. Diabetic foot ulcer treatment includes removal of ulcers and sores along with the treatment of infection.
Why choose us for vascular surgery?
The CK Birla Hospital is prominent for delivering high-quality, safe and cost-effective surgical care. We offer end-to-end support from the initial consultation to post-surgery follow-up.
Highlights of the department
- Expertise in the prevention of amputation
- Expertise in maintaining dialysis access
- One of the few specialised teams for vascular intervention & surgeries in North India
- Multidisciplinary team-based care
- 24x7 ICU and Critical Care back-up
- 100% safe and precision-driven procedure
- State-of-the-art operative infrastructure
- Cashless insurance tie-ups
- Safe hospital with strict protocols in place
- Comfortable and spacious patient rooms and amenities
Our surgical experts
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What are the symptoms of vascular problems?
Different types of vascular problems display different types of symptoms. Common vascular symptoms include pain, swelling, numbness, burning pain in the feet and sores on the legs.
What is the success rate of vascular surgery?
Vascular intervention and surgeries are highly successful and offer complete relief from bothering symptoms.
How long does a vascular surgery take?
The length of a vascular surgery depends on the cause and type of surgery as well as the patient’s age, overall health and severity of symptoms.