Aurses Healthcare improving Surgical Strategies: peripheral arterial disease and critical limb ischemia

June 05 19:23 2020
Aurses Healthcare with innovative methods has perfected minimally invasive procedures to restore blood flow to lower extremities — preventing amputation for many suffering from the advanced peripheral arterial disease (PAD) and Critical Limb Ischemia (CLI).

Long Beach, California – Nearly 2 million people living with limb loss in the United States. As per a nonprofit support group Amputee Coalition – Among those living with limb loss, the main causes are vascular disease (54%) — including diabetes and peripheral arterial disease. Almost 185,000 amputations occur in the United States each year. 

Peripheral arterial disease (PAD) is a chronic vascular disease characterized by the impaired blood circulation to the lower extremities. It’s most severe stage is critical limb ischemia (CLI) which increases the risk of cardiovascular events, amputation, and death. In general, these cases are associated with cardiovascular diseases as well as PAD diminishing blood flow to peripheral arteries, such as arms, legs, and feet. Claudication, feeling of painful muscle cramps in a limb, is produced by a lack of oxygenated blood flow and accumulation of metabolic byproducts in muscles after simple activities, such as walking. 

Dr. Hamed Taheri, M.D. the founder of Aurses Healthcare, and a board-certified vascular surgeon wanted to bring attention to his innovative minimally invasive treatment that can prevent amputation or other fatal results for advanced PAD or CLI sufferers. Dr. Taheri explained, ”We believe, the healing process for arterial disease starts by treating the entire patient first. From a patient’s diet to their medication, change of lifestyle, and applying effective intervention can achieve results only matched by very few centers in the world.“

“Due to atherosclerosis, or hardening and narrowing of the arteries, the disease can be worsened with smoking, poor diet, lack of exercise, age, genetics, diabetes, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol. It often has no symptoms until plaque ruptures or the build-up is severe enough to block blood flow. Treatments include medication, Angiography, Atherectomy and other procedures to open blocked arteries. Aurses Healthcare focuses on lowering the risks of vascular disease, reducing pain, increasing mobility, and preventing damage to tissues.“

Aurses Healthcare is specialized in Vascular Surgeries, Vein Treatment, General Surgeries, and Dialysis Access Surgeries. The founder and expert surgeon Dr. Hamed Taheri, M.D. is a double-boarded surgeon from the American Board of Surgery in general and vascular surgery. His expertise in vascular surgery, interventional radiology, endovascular surgery, robotic surgeries, and advanced laparoscopic surgeries helped many in order to improve the quality of life.  With vast experience and with excellence at par, Dr. Taheri with his unique clinical approach is serving many lives and raised the bar for others in minimally invasive surgical procedures spanning from arterial disease to routine surgical procedures. As he stated. ”Our minimally invasive approach to venous, arterial, and dialysis access treatments has benefited our patients as they receive comprehensive care in one clinic for all their vascular and general surgery problems.” He added, “We are achieving results that no other single-specialty vascular group can achieve.  The secret to our success is  simply partnering surgeons and internists together in achieving one common goal that is to treat peripheral arterial disease.” 

For more details, visit www.aurseshealthcare.com or contact (562)-435-0862.

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Company Name: Aurses Healthcare
Contact Person: Dr. Hamed Taheri, M.D.
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Phone: (562)-435-0862
Address:1045 Atlantic Ave, Suite 512
City: Long Beach
State: California, 90813
Country: United States
Website: www.aurseshealthcare.com

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