WE ARE CARDIOVASCULAR
Our training allows us to broadly address both cardiac pathology and diseases that affect the arteries, veins and lymphatic vessels. This global vision of what the cardiovascular system is, is what means that we can always offer you the best treatment for any of the pathologies that affect the heart or blood vessels.
Whether you have a problem with varicose veins or if you need to undergo surgery on the heart or the arteries of the legs or the carotids, you can be sure that you will be evaluated and treated by a specialist in your pathology. Because your health is 1st.
We are trained in the latest aortic valve repair and replacement techniques, including minimally incision surgery and transcatheter techniques.
Whenever possible we try to repair the valve, avoiding the use of anticoagulants for life.
In high-risk people, we perform transcatheter valve implants through the femoral, subclavian, or carotid artery.
In cases of arterial narrowing or occlusion in the lower limbs, intermittent claudication or shop window disease appears.
If the initial medical treatment is not effective, we treat the lesions either through the placement of percutaneous stents, or through the use of arterial shunts or "bypass" through the use of autologous vein or the latest generation prosthesis.
We obtain excellent results with complex mitral valve repair techniques when the condition of the valve allows it, including annuloplasty, neochord implantation, cord transfer, or sliding plasty.
When necessary, we associate complementary techniques such as ligation of the atrial appendage or surgery for atrial fibrillation in the same surgery.
We have the maximum accreditation for the implantation and explantation of electrostimulation devices (pacemakers, defibrillators and resynchronizers).
Being a technique that we perform in the operating room, the rate of complications is minimal. We use long-lasting devices and home monitoring to avoid non-essential visits to the hospital.
We carry out the study and treatment of carotid pathology, including angioplasty, stents, carotid endarterectomy and resection of carotid tumors.
Our extensive experience in this field means that the complication rate is less than 1%, far exceeding the recommendations of the clinical practice guidelines.
The appearance of foot ulcers in diabetic patients is one of the major causes of morbidity and mortality in this population.
We collaborate with highly specialized personnel in the diagnosis and treatment of diabetic foot, using revascularization techniques and other specific techniques such as hyperbaric cure or ozone therapy.