Arterial Wounds

 This patient was scheduled for leg amputation for fear infection would spread. We were able to open two of the three blocked arteries below the knee and restore blood flow. His foot and leg were saved. He did loose his toes.

This patient was scheduled for leg amputation for fear infection would spread. We were able to open two of the three blocked arteries below the knee and restore blood flow. His foot and leg were saved. He did loose his toes.

 
 
 This is another patient scheduled for amputation but restoring blood flow, good wound care, 6 weeks of IV antibiotics, and surgical removal of infected tissue resulted in saving the foot and leg. Restoring blood flow is the key to saving the leg!

This is another patient scheduled for amputation but restoring blood flow, good wound care, 6 weeks of IV antibiotics, and surgical removal of infected tissue resulted in saving the foot and leg. Restoring blood flow is the key to saving the leg!

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Our success rate in saving the foot from amputation is 91% even in cases like above. Dr Harrison is one of a few Endovascular surgeons in the U. S. trained to open compex arteries of the lower leg and foot restoring blood flow and preventing loss of limb.