Aneurysms and blockages that affect the main arteries in any part of the body can be treated by endovascular surgeons at The London Clinic.
A transfusion means that donated blood is added to your own blood through an intravenous drip into a vein in the arm.
Endovascular surgery has different associated risks but is carried out by an expert and experienced team at The London Clinic. Our patients have the reassurance of knowing they are in the best possible hands. Our endovascular surgeons are among the best in the world and are capable of dealing with complications and emergencies that may arise. Our critical care unit (CCU) is a level 3 unit, which means it is as good, if not better, than the CCUs in the major London teaching hospitals. Many private hospitals do not have on-site CCU units.
Endovascular surgery is a rapidly developing branch of vascular surgery. It evolved from the diagnostic techniques used to investigate damage to blood vessels caused by atherosclerosis or injury.
Varicose veins can be painful, itchy and unsightly. We offer a revolutionary minimally-invasive procedure that uses laser energy to close varicose veins from the inside. The innovative technique offers virtually no scars, less bruising and a quicker recovery.
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