Critical Limb Ischemia

Critical Limb Ischemia. A condition caused by an obstruction in the arteries which reduces blood flow and causes severe pain and ulcers. This condition needs to be urgently treated or it may progress into gangrene and potential loss of limb through amputation. Coastal Heart Medical Group prides itself in being one of the few practices treating this condition through its own state-of-the-art angiographic suite with catheter device techniques.

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