Endovascular interventions are the medicine of the future. It allows with minimal access and risk for the patient to perform complex operations, especially if there are contraindications to standard surgery.
The main feature of endovascular operations is that the intervention is not performed through incisions, but by puncture: the surgeon makes a small puncture up to 2-3 mm. The surgeon monitors the operation with the help of high-precision radiological equipment – an angiograph. The picture obtained with this equipment allows you to assess the structure of blood vessels, accurately determine the location of narrowing or blockage of the affected heart valves, developmental abnormalities, tumors and identify the location of the aneurysm.
With this equipment you can work with patients of any age – the radiation level is low and allows you to examine even children.
Minimally invasive interventions have great benefits for the patient: