Professor Hands in OXFORD
Varicose veins • Deep vein thrombosis • Venous disease • Arterial disease outside the chest • Carotid disease • Aortic disease • Renal artery disease • Ischaemic leg • Amputation • Bypass grafting • Sympathectomy for ischaemia • Balloon angioplasty • Claudication • Rest pain • Leg ulceration
Professor Hart in NESTON
General adult cardiology • Ischaemic heart disease • Valvular heart disease • Hypertension • Heart failure • Arrhythmias • Drugs for heart disorders • General internal medicine • Medical emergencies • Academic aspects of cardiology & medicine • Cardiovascular physiology • Cardiovascular pharmacology ...
Mr Papagiannopoulos in LEEDS
Cardiothoracic surgery • Expert in minimally invasive surgery of the chest • Special interest in malignant & benign conditions of the chest cavity, including, but not limited to, lung, chest wall, airway & diaphragm • Extensive experience in pectus repair with open Ravitch or minimally invasive Nuss technique • International experience in management of emphysema with lung volume reduction surgery & valves • Extensive experience in management of chest trauma with skills obtained through long service in South Africa ...
Mr Heather in CHELTENHAM
General surgery • Special interest in vascular surgery, including: • Abdominal aortic aneurysms • Carotid artery surgery • Peripheral vascular disease • Varicose veins • Deep venous thrombosis
Dr Clifford in LONDON
All aspects of clinical cardiology • High blood pressure • Chest pains • Heart rhythm • Pacing • Heart failure • Angiography • Angioplasty
Miss Myint in LONDON
Having had my entire education in the UK, I have been a Consultant Surgeon in both vascular and general surgery since 2000. I was jointly appointed to a teaching hospital and a district general hospital. In addition, over the course of my consultant tenure, I have held regional and national training roles, managing surgical trainees of all grades. Thus I am happy to accept instructions in the fields of vascular surgery and cases where training is an issue.