AIREN VASCULAR
AIREN VASCULAR
Peripheral Vascular and EndoVascular Surgery Center

DR. ASHISH AIREN

Peripheral Vascular and Endovascular Surgeon

Providing services in Jaipur and nearby areas

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Dr. Ashish Airen studied MBBS from University College of Medical Sciences and MS and Sr. Residency from the Maulana Azad Medical College, Delhi. He later underwent super-specialty training in Peripheral Vascular & Endovascular Surgery (DNB) from MEDANTA THE MEDICITY HOSPITAL Hospital, GURUGRAM which is the one of the top hospital and medical institutes in India. Dr. Ashish Airen is a prominent and renowned vascular and endovascular specialist in JAIPUR.


MBBS 

University College of Medical Sciences, New Delhi

MS 

Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi

SENIOR RESIDENT

Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi

DNB (PVES)

Medanta - The Medicity Hospital, Gurugram

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How do I know if I have varicose veins?

Self help… check for following symptoms.. Do you have visible veins in legs which becomes more prominent km standing. Any history of swelling in legs which worsen on putting the feet in dependent position and improves on leg elevation or lying down. Discomfort in the legs, mainly in evening hours. Non healing ulcers in leg. Any history of bleeding with visible veins. CONSULT your doctor. Your doctor will conduct few tests to know if you have ...

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FAQ (Frequenty Asked Questions)
What are Varicose Veins?

Varicose veins are defined as “subcutaneous veins in the lower extremities which are dilated to ≥3 mm in diameter in the upright position”.
They can occur in the axial superficial veins (GSV and SSV) and/or in any of their tributaries.
Current thinking is that they represent primary venous disease and occur as a result of structural weakening of the vein wall, which can be focal in nature or diffuse. This weakening is most likely the result of underlying morphologic or biochemical abnormalities, although the exact nature of these abnormalities is not understood.

Valvular incompetence in the superficial veins is usually present, but it is not clear if this represents an inciting factor or a secondary result of vein wall dilation.

Varicose veins can also occur as a result of secondary venous disease—for example, as a sequela of DVT.

Varicose veins constitute a progressive disease; remission does not occur except after pregnancy and delivery.

During its course the disease produces symptoms and complications that usually prompt the patient to seek medical care.

Symptoms and signs include
lower extremity pain and swelling, particularly after prolonged standing,
feeling of heaviness in the lower extremities.

The most frequent complications are
superficial thrombophlebitis,
acute bleeding originating in one of the thin-walled varices,

eczema,

skin ulceration.

Though affecting only a small fraction of the population with venous insufficiency, venous ulcers are reported to occur in up to 4% of people older than 65 year. Even though nonoperative management of venous disease—including compression, elevation, and skin care—is clearly beneficial, such therapy does not correct the underlying pathology, allows recurrence of symptoms if patients are unable to comply with the elevation and compression regimen, and is associated with a high incidence of recurrent ulceration and progression of disease.

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What is Diabetic Foot?

In diabetic foot patients, sugar levels are high. They also have neuropathy and vascular disease, all these factors result in high incidence of ulcers in diabetic patients which require specialized care.

Diabetes is a common chronic condition that can cause a number of serious complications. Ulcers in feet are one of the most common. In many cases serious complications can be prevented if diabetic patients are aware of proper feet care, Diabetic foot treatment in Jaipur.


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What is AV Fistula?

In chronic kidney disease patients dialysis access is very important. Thus a planned surgery by a specialized vascular surgeon is very crucial for management of chronic kidney disease patients.

An AV fistula is a passage between a vein and an artery. It is required to be formed surgically in chronic kidney disease patients for dialysis access. It requires advance planning because a fistula takes a while after surgery to develop. A surgeon creates an aAV fistula by connecting an artery directly to a vein, frequently in the forearm.


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What is Peripheral Artery Disease?

In peripheral artery disease patient's legs do not get enough blood due to narrowed arteries. Patient experiences leg pain in such conditions.

Peripheral artery disease is a common circulatory problem in which narrowed arteries reduce blood flow to your limbs. In this your extremities usually legs don't receive enough blood according to demand causing leg pain while walking (claudication).


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What is Aortic aneurysm?

In this condition, aorta is abnormally enlarged predisposing it to rupture and internal bleeding and possibly death.

Aortic aneurysm is an abnormal bulge that occurs in the wall of aorta that carries blood from heart to body. Aortic aneurysms can occur anywhere in the aorta. Abdominal aortic aneurysms often grow slowly and usually without symptoms, making them difficult to detect. Some aneurysms will never rupture. Many start small and stay small, although many expand over time. Others expand quickly.


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What is Deep vein thrombosis?

In this condition, blood clot is formed in veins most commonly in legs, sometimes in arms and patient experiences pain swelling and redness of the affected limb.

A deep vein thrombosis (DVT) is the formation of a blood clot in a deep vein, most commonly in the leg but it can also occur in the arm. The vein can be either partially or completely blocked.


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What is Traumatic vascular repair?

In trauma sometimes major vessels supplying blood to the limb gets injured, therefore to salvage the limb it is necessary to repair the injured vessels vascular treatment in jaipur.

The term vascular treatment in jaipur trauma refers to injury to a blood vessel either artery or vein. These injuries are categorized by the type of trauma that caused them- blunt or penetrating injury.


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What is Carotid artery disease?

In this disease, carotid arteries get blocked due to fatty plaque deposits. These plaques cause disturbed blood flow predisposing to blood clot formation in brain which can lead to paralysis or loss of vision. Thus, timely treatment of this condition is very crucial.

Carotid artery disease is a condition in which blood supply to a part of brain suffers due to atherosclerosis or fatty plaque deposition in carotid arteries or its branches.


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What is Ischemia?

In this condition, a blood clot is formed in veins most commonly in the legs, sometimes in the arms, and the patient experiences pain swelling and redness of the affected limb.

Ischemia is any reduction in blood flow resulting in decreased oxygen and nutrient supplies to a tissue.

Ischemia may be reversible or it may be irreversible, resulting in tissue death.

Ischemia can be acute due to a sudden reduction in blood flow or chronic due to slowly decreasing blood flow.

Ischemia can occur anywhere in the body. Heart attacks and strokes can both result from ischemia. Although less well known, ischemia can also affect the intestines, resulting in abdominal pain, bloody stool, and even intestinal rupture or gangrene. Peripheral ischemia can lead to loss of fingers or toes or the need for limb amputation.


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Thanks a lot to Dr. Ashish. My mother had varicose veins problem from a very long time. His diagnosis of the problem was spot on and post-surgery she is recovering well. Thanks again.

- Ms. Smita Goyal
Dr. Ashish did a very fine job in diagnosing my problem. I had a surgery in 2016 which started creating issue after an year. Now, Dr. Ashish helped me recoveing from that.

- Mr. Rajesh Jain
Vascular problems look feeble in the beginning and most people choose to ignore them until they become painful. Contact us and get all your queries answered. Dr. Ashish Airen

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