Any abnormal physical condition which affects the cardio-respiratory system is usually considered to be a Vasculardisorder. For example, a person with high blood pressure, hyperthyroidism, or diabetes is considered a Vascular specialist. However, you may imagine that Vascular specialists only specialize in or promote surgical procedures, and that is not always the case. A Vascular specialist is trained in all possible forms of Vascular surgery and intervention. They can also treat a wide variety of non-Vascular problems which, along with a healthy heart, is essential for optimal physical health, Treatment For Varicose Veins Through Saphenous Veins Closure.

This type of specialist is called upon when a patient presents with high blood pressure, atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries), peripheral arterial occlusive disease, carotid artery disease (clerosis in the neck and legs) or inoperable angina. Some of these conditions can be life-threatening and require aggressive treatment. A Vascular specialist must therefore assess every aspect of the patient’s medical history, perform a physical examination and perform a battery of tests, including magnetic resonance imaging, to determine the nature of the problem. This will enable them to determine the best course of treatment.

Once a specialist has determined the nature of the problem, the specialist can plan the best course of treatment. Depending on whether the patient’s heart is not suitable for bypass surgery or not, they will recommend invasive versus non-invasive techniques. In some cases, especially those where the heart is simply overworked or is not suitable for atriphy, the specialist may recommend stent placement, angioplasty or aortic valve replacement. These procedures can help prevent atherosclerosis, facilitate the process of angulation and reduce or eliminate the need for cardiovascular surgery. It’s important to note, however, that a Vascular specialist cannot change the sex of a patient who has undergone a sex-specific heart bypass or repair operation; and patients who have had one procedure are not qualified to have a second.