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Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) also known as Arterial Peripheral Vascular Disease refers to blood vessel diseases outside the heart and brain. It occurs due to the buildup of fatty, cholesterol-containing deposits (plaques) on arteries leading to the arms, legs, and feet.

The truncal veins are blood vessels that collect deoxygenated blood from the legs and feet and return it to the heart. These blood vessels are found just below the skin’s surface, including the great and small saphenous veins, anterior accessory saphenous, and Giacomini veins.

Dr Tang Tjun Yip was recently featured on Medical Channel Asia, alongside his patient Shereen, discussing her recent Mechanochemical Ablation (MOCA) procedure for varicose vein removal. This minimally invasive procedure was performed as a day surgery, and Shereen was able to go for lunch with her family just after the procedure. Watch on to learn more about the risk factors, diagnosis, and available treatment options for varicose veins.

If you have been advised to undergo hemodialysis, it also means that you will require a vascular access. Watch this video featuring Dr Julian Wong to learn more about how you can prepare for your dialysis through a planned diet, what are the access options available and how you can care for your access arm.

Have a question on a vascular condition? Watch as Dr Julian addresses some of the most commonly asked questions regarding vascular conditions, including deep vein thrombosis, varicose veins and nutcracker syndrome. Through Dr Wong’s lighthearted and engaging approach, viewers can learn more about these conditions and what signs to look out for.

The vascular PODCAST show invited Dr Tjun Tang, alongside 2 other specialists in the field, to talk about chronic limb-threatening ischaemia (CLTI) and the reasons why “endovascular-first” is the preferred treatment option in Singapore. Click here to listen to them share their views on what the future holds for CLTI treatment and BTK vasculature.

In 2021, Vascular News featured Dr Tjun Tang in a three-part series focusing on the Luminor drug-coated balloon (DCB; iVascular) and its effectiveness in various applications. Dr Tjun discussed his experience and its performance in both a range of clinical trials and a real-world setting. Click here to learn more about the MERLION trial, which aimed to evaluate the use of the Luminor DCB in reducing neointimal hyperplasia and restenosis in complex below-the-knee (BTK) atherosclerotic lesions.

Dr Julian Wong was recently invited to LeMaitre APAC Sales Meeting from 7th to 10th Jan 2023 in Phuket, Thailand to share on his leading expertise on the Xenosure and Shunt technologies. He was joined by fellow esteemed specialists from around the APAC region, click here to watch Dr Wong’s exclusive updates which are not to be missed!

Dr Tang won the senior clinician abstract oral presentation prize at the famous Charing Cross meeting in London in April. His talk centred on the use of novel sirolimus drug coated balloons to salvage failing arteriovenous fistulas of dialysis patients from Singapore. What this means is that the patients have a way to save their precious access for dialysis which leads to potentially less admissions to hospital and potentially less complications and morbidity. Take a look at his 5 minutes presentation and questions and answers session delivered by zoom!

Dr Tang Tjun Yip has recently been featured on Medical Channel Asia where he busts myths on curing varicose veins and shares what actually works. Watch the short clip to find out how you can rid yourself of those unsightly varicose veins!

Varicose veins treatments have been intrusive, and with a long downtime. Here, Dr Tang Tjun Yip and Dr Julian Wong answer questions on the latest approaches to this common condition, and their many advantages.

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