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How successful are the physicians at American Endovascular at saving limbs after amputation was recommended? [Dr. Rundback]

Q: How successful are the physicians at American Endovascular at saving limbs after amputation was recommended?

A: We’re able to prevent amputation these days in more than 80% of patients who have diabetic foot wounds and wounds in the feet due to poor circulation, even if prior amputation was recommended. This is due to the fact that we have developed very sophisticated methods to open up the very small arteries that are blocked that lead directly to these wounds. If you’re told that amputation is necessary, we encourage you to see a physician at American Endovascular & Amputation Prevention.

More videos from the interview with Dr. Rundback of the NJ Endovascular and Amputation Prevention as he explains alternatives to amputation for patients with Peripheral Artery Disease: 

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