Maintaining a functional access is critically important for your hemodialysis treatment. However, we recognize that all accesses require maintenance. Due to this eventuality, it is extremely important that you keep in close contact with your vascular physician who created the access.
Do you love working from home? Of course, you do. It's a familiar atmosphere, no commuting, free lunch, paycheck's on time. Life is as good as it can possibly be for you right now, right? Even if you're working from home, for safety precautions. It's essential that you do not overlook your health, especially your vein[…]
A pregnancy is one of the most wonderful and miraculous experiences we go through as human beings. The concept of giving birth transcends medical practicality and serves to continue the circle of life.
At our vascular lab, we use state-of-the-art equipment to diagnose arterial and venous system problems while employing noninvasive techniques to deliver needed services. We can spot blockages in your legs, abdomen, and neck area without exposing you to radiation.
At the Vein Institute of NJ, we realize people may not be familiar with the blue- or purple-colored veins appearing on their legs. While spider veins and varicose veins are better known, reticular veins are less common. They tend to be smaller than varicose veins and non-protruding on the skin, but yet they do create[…]