Minimally invasive treatment of circulatory disorders (PTA, stent)
Investigation into suspected thrombosis and treatment of venous thromboembolism
Treatment of diabetes and hypertension
Prophylaxis of stroke
Prof. Erich Minar is a nationally and internationally highly distinguished angiology specialist in Vienna. Here, he works at the Prof. Erich Minar Specialist Practice of the Vienna Private Hospital and at the same time is Professor of Internal Medicine at the Medical University of Vienna.
The clinical and scientific focus of Prof. Minar is vascular medicine (angiology). This field treats circulatory disorders in all vascular regions, for example. The personal focus of Prof. Minar is the minimally invasive (endovascular) treatment of circulatory disorders in the legs (peripheral artery occlusive disease and diabetic foot syndrome), as well as in the vessels supplying the brain (carotid arteries) for prophylaxis of stroke and in the renal arteries (for the treatment of hypertension). His expertise includes more than 3000 of these minimally invasive procedures. The investigation and treatment of aneurysms is performed in close collaboration with the radiologists and the vascular surgeons.
Another focus is the diagnosis and treatment of venous diseases such as varicosis and thrombosis. Together with his practice as a vascular specialist, Prof. Minar also works in the field of research and he collaborates with a variety of research institutions overseas. He is regularly invited to speak at the most important international conferences and he has edited several textbooks and advice booklets for patients. Thanks to his expertise, he can always provide the most up to date treatment for each patient entrusted to him for the given situation.
Duplex sonography of all vessels (arteries and veins)
Angiological functional diagnostics
Magnetic resonance angiography of all vessels
CT angiography of all vessels
Treatment of all vascular disorders
Endovascular treatment (balloon dilatation and stent) of stenosis / occlusions in all vascular regions (including the use of medication-coated balloons and stents)
Vessels of the leg (peripheral artery occlusive disease, PAOD)