Renal artery surgery

Specialty of Vascular surgery

Renal artery surgery is the surgical procedure to restore blood flow in the kidneys in patients with renal artery stenosis, which is a dysfunction that reduces blood flow because of renal artery occlusion. With the surgery, stabilisation of the patient's secondary hypertension and a better control of its renal function are achieved to restore normal circulation to the kidney. This avoids total loss of the kidney or referral to dialysis treatments. To ensure the success of the operation and the fast recovery of the patient, their medical history should be carefully assessed (especially if the patient is diabetic, obese or has a heart disease) in order to prevent serious complications.
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