For Physicians: New Vascular Office Based Lab Optimizes Efficiency and Patient Care
As an established regional leader, the University of Maryland Division of Vascular Surgery provides superior surgical skills, state-of-the-art treatments and consistency in efficient, patient-centered care. Board-certified faculty physicians now perform the latest endovascular therapies for the treatment and management of vascular disease in one convenient, office-based lab — optimizing the experience and efficiency for ambulatory patients while alleviating operating room space constraints. Additional benefits of performing core vascular procedures in the office setting include:
- Shorter length of stay
- Faster recovery time
Using the latest techniques and also working with physicians in different disciplines, like cardiology, cardiac surgery and neurosurgery, to develop a comprehensive plan to treat underlying issues, the office based lab allows for heightened complexity patient volumes at the University of Maryland Medical Center. Procedures at the University of Maryland Vascular Center at Redwood tackle a range of vascular conditions including:
- Peripheral artery disease (PAD)
- Arterial and venous disease
- Catheter and port placements
- Dialysis access issues
Learn more about vascular disease at the University of Maryland Heart and Vascular Center.
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