The Department of Vascular Surgery at Dallah Al-Nakheel Hospital includes a group of consultants who specialize in treating all types of arterial and vascular problems. At Dallah Hospitals, we are keen to provide integrated medical care with our commitment to maintaining patient privacy and providing the highest quality of care according to the latest devices and technologies.
Varicose veins
Varicose veins are one of the most common diseases and one of the most important symptoms of varicose veins is that they appear in the form of a network of purple veins, and they are mostly swollen, appear by 90% through heredity, are found in women mostly by 60% and several factors affect the It's appearance, such as advancing age, excess weight, standing for long periods and pregnancy. It causes pain and heaviness in the legs, a feeling of discomfort in walking, swelling, and a burning feeling in the legs.

It is treated by intravenous injection in the clinic or using laser beams or surgery, and the surgery can be done and discharged on the same day.
Atherosclerosis is caused by a buildup of fat, cholesterol, and other deposits that restrict blood flow. Among the causes of atherosclerosis are family history, obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure, smoking and a diet saturated with fat, and risk factors increase with age, lack of physical activity, weight gain, smoking, diabetes or stress, and high levels of cholesterol in the blood, 90 % of people diagnosed with atherosclerosis do not feel any symptoms until the artery is severely narrowed or prevents blood flow completely.
Diabetic foot
Minor problems in the feet can develop in diabetes and cause serious complications. The problems may start with a loss of feeling in the feet and reach the stage of amputation in the worst case. Diabetic feet are treated in the clinic if the patient suffers from a blockage in the arteries. To avoid diabetic foot, please make sure to control blood sugar levels, check for a pulse in the feet periodically, follow a healthy diet and walk, and seek immediate care in the event of a change in skin color, persistent ulcers in the foot, swelling or numbness in the foot or ankle.
  • Aortic dilatation: When the aorta is weak, pushing blood into the vessel wall can cause it to swell and lead to an aneurysm. Through surgery or by modern methods such as catheters and stents without surgery.
  • Aortic dissection : occurs when the inner layer of the aorta ruptures and aortic dissection is relatively uncommon. The condition occurs more frequently in men in their sixties and seventies. Among the causes of traffic accidents, some genetic diseases, and high blood pressure, it is treated by surgery or by modern methods such as catheters and stents without surgery.