Endovascular Repair Of Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Complications
Endovascular Repair Of Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Risk Factors
Alternate Names for Endovascular Repair Of Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm:
Minimally invasive repair of abdominal aortic aneurysm
Your doctor will review a list of possible complications, which may include:
- Adverse reaction to anesthesia
- Bruising or bleeding
- Damage to blood vessels or organs (possibly requiring open surgery)
- Leaking of blood at the graft
- Heart attack
- Blood clots
Factors that may increase the risk of complications include:
- Old age
- Heart or lung disease
- Bleeding or clotting disorders
Be sure to discuss these risks with your doctor before the procedure.
Learn what the procedure is. Find out how it is performed.
Find out why and when this procedure should be done.
Learn about possible complications and what might increase the risk of them.
What to Expect
Find out how long it will take, what they will be doing and what to expect afterwards.
What are the next steps and other possible tests needed after you have received the results.
Call Your Doctor
What to look out for and when to call your doctor after a procedure has been done.
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