Mr Sharath Paravastu

Mr Sharath Paravastu

General surgery 06061441

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About me

Mr Paravastu trained in Yorkshire and the Humber Deanery, where he developed extensive vascular and endovascular experience. In addition, he undertook an Endovascular Fellowship in Sydney, Australia. He treats a wide range of vascular conditions including

- Carotid surgery --Stroke prevention operations

- Claudication -- to improve circulation to legs

- Varicose Veins --- to help improve leg pain and also for aesthetic purpose.

- Abdominal aortic aneurysms -- to prevent rupture of aneurysm --specialist in KEY hole aneurysm repairs called EVAR

- Special interest in Endovascular key hole management of vascular disease, treating aneurysms and blockages in circulation using this approach

- Special interest in Diabetic Lower limb salvage with experience in performing below the knee and ankle angioplasty and stenting to help heal foot ulcers.

- Minimally invasive key hole endothermal and non-endothermal treatment of varicose veins

- Also treat open inguinal, femoral and umbilical hernias.

Mr Paravastu also has extensive research experience and have special interest in systematic reviews and research in to endovascular management of vascular disease and published over 30 papers in peer reviewed journals.

Areas of interest

Leg pain --claudication;

Veins --prominent/varicose veins;

LASER/Key hole treatment for Veins;

Hernia --open hernia repair;

Stroke prevention --carotid operation;

Aneurysm --Abdominal aneurysm surgery;

Diabetic Foot --All diabetic related foot problems;

Fistula formation--for Dialysis access

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Procedures completed

  • L8540

    Radiofrequency ablation of more than one venous trunk +/- phlebectomies - unilateral - (1-5)

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