Swedish vascular physicians offer many of the latest techniques for treating heart and vascular disease in less invasive ways. Instead of requiring the large incisions used in traditional vascular surgery, these endovascular approaches, also called percutaneous or through the skin, use special catheters and devices to treat the problem through one or more small puncture sites.
For the patient, endovascular procedures mean very small incisions and a much quicker recovery time. Even better, they may offer options for some patients who could not undergo conventional surgery because of poor heart function or additional medical problems.
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