Vascular Surgery Carotid Surgery Cerebral Vascular Occlusion Leg Vessel Artery Bypass Robotic Leg Vascular Treatment Stroke & Paralysis Treatment Fistula...Tümünü Gör
After the basic vascular problem is defined in our patients, our first goal is always to intervene with robotic vascular systems and non-surgical techniques and open the blood flow, but these applications may not be sufficient in about a quarter of our patients. Even hybrid-combined processes – combined surgery + robotic intervention – may be required.
Open surgical procedures can now be performed with very small incisions, while our patient is awake and does not feel pain. We pay utmost importance to the comfort of our patients during the procedures. During the application, we prepare the area where the artery or vein is to be opened and where a strong arterial pulse is; a 5-10 cm incision at the level before the occlusion point of the artery or vein. Then we find and prepare the area of the artery that is open again after the blockage. We prepare a tunnel between these two short incisions and pass the patient’s own vein, which we prepared through this tunnel, under the skin or between a certain muscle group. After all; Our patient has 2 free vein ends and two tubular arteries in the surgical field of 5-10 cm. Here, we connect the veins end to end with special magnifying glasses and hair-thick stitches, just like we connect the plumbing pipes, and thus, we can convey the clean oxygenated blood that cannot flow through the occluded clogged vein, through this newly formed tubular bridge vein, to the distant leg or arm regions.
The most common surgical procedures we perform are: Femoro-popliteal Bypass, Iliofemoral Bypass, Femoro-tibial Bypass bridging, Aorto-femoral Bypass surgeries.