Andrew Hoel from Northwestern Medicine: Vascular Surgeons Face Many Challenges in the Operating Room

Vascular surgery can mean operating on many parts of the body and as a result can mean surgeons face unique challenges with each procedure even as technology rapidly improves the field.

Vascular surgery can mean operating on many parts of the body and as a result can mean surgeons face unique challenges with each procedure even as technology rapidly improves the field.

Andrew Hoel, MD, from Northwestern Medicine discussed some of the various conditions doctors in this specialty treat on a daily basis. One of the largest areas vascular surgeons face is stroke which can lead to other health issues if not properly addressed and treated.