Vascular surgery is a surgical specialty focused on treating conditions related to the blood vessels (vascular system) and lymphatic system. Vascular disease refers to conditions that affect the arteries, blood vessels, veins and tiny capillaries in the body. The lymphatic system consists of small vessels that transport lymph, which contains infection-fighting white blood cells into the bloodstream. Surgical treatment is an option for patients who have a vascular disease that cannot be treated with less invasive, non-surgical treatments. Vascular surgery treats diseases of the arteries and veins associated with vascular disease.
The Division of Vascular Surgery at Sheikh Shakhbout Medical City (SSMC), Abu Dhabi, in partnership with Mayo Clinic, offers patients comprehensive interdisciplinary care for people with complex conditions of the blood vessels and lymphatic system.
Our Division of Vascular Surgery is home to experienced vascular and endovascular surgeons committed to offering you advanced and compassionate care. Our renowned team offers the full spectrum of vascular treatments in one of the most advanced facilities in the region.
SSMC’s multidisciplinary team of specialists and surgeons use a collaborative, patient-centered approach when caring for you, ensuring you get the right care, the first time. Developing an individualized care plan based on your unique needs, our team is expert in the areas of:
SSMC’s medical team uses advanced diagnostic techniques and surgical treatments to treat a wide spectrum of vascular conditions including:
Our specialized team discusses suitable treatment options with you, which may include traditional surgery and minimally invasive techniques and will work with you to develop a tailored treatment plan.
Care of the Critically Ill Surgical Patient (CCrISP) is a two-day, interactive course, which includes mandatory, pre-course e-learning. It covers the practical skills and knowledge that health care professionals need to effectively care for surgical patients, including those who are deteriorating or at risk of doing so.