Vascular and Endovascular Surgery at Professorial Clinics

Professorial Clinics is a one of the best vascular and endovascular surgery clinics in Delhi. The clinic is run by Professor Dr. Digvijay Sharma, one of renowned vascular and endovascular surgeons in Delhi. People with diseases of the vascular system, or arteries, blood vessels, veins and lymphatic circulation can find significant help from Professorial Clinics for Vascular Endovascular and Thoracic Surgery. The expert surgeon at this vascular surgery clinic provide well-coordinated and comprehensive treatment and services to people from all ages.

When you come to Professorial Clinics, you are cared for by Professor Dr. Digvijay Sharma, one of the renowned vascular and endovascular surgeons in Delhi, India. You will receive advanced surgical care at the clinic at reasonable cost. The clinic’s experts and vascular & endovascular surgeons provide collaborative care focused on patients. They work closely with specialists in vascular medicine, nervous system conditions, cardiovascular conditions and rehabilitation. Advanced diagnosis and treatment will be provided by expert vascular and endovascular surgeons at this clinic.

Professorial Clinics Vascular and Endovascular Surgery

  1. This is a Professorial clinic it will give maximum benefit to the patient group who are referred by other specialists more so if with a complication.
  2. Consultations will be time consuming and extensive with the dictum of diagnose before you prescribe.
  3. Focus is not on volumes but bias will be in longitudinal care and management Achievements

Professional Journey

  1. One of the youngest Professorship in Surgery before the age of 40.
  2. Ten Outstanding Young Person of Nepal for contribution to surgical services in Nepal
  3. Established interest in the ethics of health care delivery and surgical education.
  4. Supervisor of FCPS OF CPSP for general surgery

MBBS 1992 Devi Ahalya University Indore India
MS Gen Surgery1997 Barkatullah University Bhopal India
Specialist Training Vascular Surgery 1999 Singapore General Hospital Post Graduate Medical Institute Singapore

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. What is vascular system?

The vascular system, also called the circulatory system or the cardiovascular system, is composed of the vessels that carry blood and lymph throughout our bodies. The arteries and veins circular blood throughout the entire body, transporting nutrients, oxygen, hormones, carbon dioxide and blood cells to body tissues. The system provides nourishment to body and helps in fighting diseases, stabilize temperature and pH, and maintain homeostasis. The vascular system also includes lymphatic system that circulates lymph in body. It is an important part of the immune system composed of a large network of lymphatic vessels that carry lymphatic fluid directionally towards the heart.

Q. What is vascular disease?

A vascular disease a condition that affects the arteries and veins in human body. The condition may affect blood circulation by blocking or weakening the blood vessels. It may also affect blow flow by damaging the valves that are found in the veins. In a serious condition may damage the organs and other body structures. So, you must take it seriously and looking forward to the best treatment at soonest. Examples and effects of vascular diseases are Coronary artery disease. Heart attack, angina (chest pain), Thoracic vascular disease, Peripheral venous disease, Peripheral arterial disease, Vascular disease of the great vessels, Abdominal vascular disease, Vascular diseases of the lungs, Lymphatic vascular diseases, Renal (kidney) vascular diseases, and Genitourinary vascular diseases.

Q. What is difference between vascular surgery and endovascular surgery?

Vascular surgery and endovascular surgery are both methods to treat vascular diseases and conditions. Vascular surgery is a major surgery and involves large incisions. Endovascular surgery is an innovative alternative to invasive vascular surgery. The procedure of endovascular surgery is less invasive and involves treatment through needle puncture and a sheath.

Q. What is a vascular surgeon?

Vascular surgeons are highly specialist surgeons who treat diseases of the vascular system, or arteries, blood vessels, veins and lymphatic circulation. Simply being referred to a vascular surgeon does not always mean you need surgery. They are specialist and may not suggest surgery if the condition can be treated with medication or exercise.

 

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