In part 3 of our Cardiovascular Care Group aneurysm education series, we talk about the specifics of aneurysm repair – Endovascular Aneurysm Repair (EVAR). Our previous posts introduced you to the basics a.k.a. the "silent killer" and the different types of aneurysms and how best to manage them.
The best thing to do with an aneurysm is to avoid it. Seems like sound advice, right? Prevention is usually the best course of medical treatment. But, we know, stopping an aneurysm may not be in the cards sometimes.
With approximately 250,000 patients being diagnosed with aortic aneurysms in the United States each year, it is important to understand what can be done to help combat this condition. Part of our goal at the Vein Institute of NJ at The Cardiovascular Care Group is to offer further education and understanding in[…]