Vascular surgery in Podgorica at the Medtim hospital

On February 28, at Medtim Hospital - vascular surgeon Momir Šarac

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When we think of vascular surgery, we often only think of the problem of varicose veins. However, problems associated with thrombophilia or during dialysis treatment are becoming more common today.

Often, patients are not aware of the condition of their veins, the existence of blood clots and how they can endanger their lives. That is why a timely examination by a vascular surgeon is crucial in treating thrombophilia and preventing unwanted consequences.

In patients undergoing dialysis treatment, due to weakened kidney function, it is necessary to establish access to the bloodstream, in order to enable a smooth treatment process. This is possible by placing a Hickman catheter or AV fistula which are permanent solutions. In patients who require frequent and long-term therapy, such as oncological therapies, the installation of a Port-a-Cath system is always recommended.

Certainly, varicose veins are a common problem, not only aesthetic, but also health. They are almost always caused by damage to the valves of the veins, most often the saphenous vein, a superficial vein that forms in the area of ​​the lower leg and extends to the groin, where the venous blood flows into the deep venous system and continues to circulate towards the heart. If these valves don't work well, then the blood doesn't just go towards the heart, but some of it goes back into the lower part of the vein causing enlargements. The causes are various, namely:

  • Pregnancy (during pregnancy, the amount of blood in the body increases, and during advanced pregnancy, the fetus compresses and makes it difficult for blood to flow from the legs and pelvis);
  • Age (with age, veins lose their elasticity, they expand more easily and the valves in the veins lose their function);
  • Habits (long sitting or standing causes the blood to stay in the legs for a long time);
  • Obesity;
  • Hereditary predisposition.

Varicose veins are treated at Medtim Hospital:

- Compression stockings (the medical staff takes the measurements of each patient);

- By sclerosing veins with foam (a non-invasive intervention that removes capillaries and smaller veins);

- Vein surgery RF (radiofrequency vein ablation) or laser.

That is why it is important to do a preventive examination, as well as to choose who takes care of your health. Be in the right place at Medtim Hospital. Dr. Momir Šarac ordains on February 28.

All operations in the field of orthopedics, plastic, aesthetic and reconstructive surgery, as well as microsurgery of the hand, are performed at Medtim Hospital. And part of the hospital consists of departments in the fields of dermatology, gastroenterology, rheumatology, endocrinology, neurosurgery and ENT.

Call us at 069/130-130 and schedule your examination today. Your health is our priority.

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Medtim Hospital
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Medtim Hospital
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