Peripheral Arterial Disease
Peripheral arterial disease is decreased blood flow to the legs caused by narrowing of the arteries which can cause pain with walking, rest pain, or non-healing wounds at the feet. This can be treated surgically but in many patients, this can be treated through a small puncture in the artery through which the narrowing can be opened with a balloon or stent. This procedure is performed under conscious sedation with constant monitoring by a nurse and every procedure is performed by a board certified physician.
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