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Dr. Karamanoukian's '10 Points of Care for the Healing of Venous Stasis Ulcers'
Friday, December 14, 2012

 

 

A clear understanding of the role of venous valvular dysfunction is necessary to not only treat an existing venous stasis ulcer, but also to prevent recurrence of venous stasis ulcers. Treatment requires 1) expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of superficial and deep venous insufficiency, 2) expertise in diagnosis and treatment of perforator venous reflux disease, 3) expertise in the management of post thrombotic syndrome, 4) expertise in sophisticated diagnostic Duplex venous studies, 5) expertise in ultrasound guided foam sclerotherapy, 6) expertise in the management of chronic wounds, 7) expertise in the diagnosis and management of thrombophilic disorders, 8) expertise and coordination of care with infectious disease specialists, 9) exertise and coordination of care with physical therapy and rehabilitation experts, 10) adjunctive or coopertive working relationship with a certified wound care and lymphedema specialist. At the Vein Treatment Center, we provide expertise and access to all of the above '10 Points of Care for the Healing of Venous Stasis Ulcers by Dr. Karamanoukian'.

 

If you live in the Buffalo Niagara region and have a venous stasis ulcer, contact Dr. Karamanoukian at the Vein Treatment Center for his expertise in helping you heal your venous stasis ulcer.

 

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