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Rose Garden Is Proud to Partner with Vascular Institute of AMI

Rose Garden is teaming up with Vascular Institute to provide on-site consultation for patients. Keeping patients from having to go off-site to see specialists is less disruptive in their lives. Vascular Institute of AMI are comprised of New Jersey’s leading endovascular experts who are proud to provide a large range of vascular services. These services range from screenings to interventional oncology. With their highly skilled physicians and cutting-edge technology being made available to Rose Garden, we will be able to provide even better care for our patients during their journey through rehabilitation.

Vascular institute group picture. Endovascular experts.
From left to right: (Jacinto Camarena III, MD, DABR | Michael J. Schmidling MD, RPVI, DABR | Rajesh I. Patel MD, DABR | Nicholas Petruzzi MD, FSVM, DABR | Christopher Kim, MD, DABR | Mike Watts, MD, DABR | Kamal F. Kassis MD)

It is our desire that this partnership with Vascular Institute will only further increase Rose Garden’s nursing and rehabilitation care.

To learn more about Vascular Institute you can visit their website at

www.vi-ami.com

Vascular Institute Offers Rose Garden Patients Care For These Conditions!

  • Peripheral Arterial Disease
    • (PAD) affects around 20 percent of Americans over the age of 65. As cholesterol and scar tissue accumulates over the years, plaque builds up and begins to clog the arteries. This causes decreased blood flow to the lower body, leading to pain and even requiring further medical attention at times.
  • Central Venous Occlusion
    • (CVO) is a complication that could result from a central venous catheter. It occurs in up to 40% of patients who have previously had central venous catheters, pacemakers, or ports.
  • Venous Reflux Disease
    • (CVI) describes a condition affecting the veins in the lower extremities (legs) with venous hypertension. Venous reflux occurs when venous valves don’t function adequately, leading to reversal of blood flow through the valves during standing or sitting. This leads to pain, swelling, edema, skin changes, and ulcerations in the legs.
  • Vertebral Compression Fractures
    • (VCFs) are, unfortunately, an increasingly common and very serious problem among older Americans. These are among the most common type of fractures that result from osteoporotic fragility, and the result is frequently debilitating and prolonged pain.
  • Uterine Fibroids
    • Uterine fibroids are growths that develop on the muscular wall of the uterus. Fibroids can cause medical problems for some women, including chronic pain.
  • Non-healing wounds
Vascular Medicine

What is Vascular Medicine?

Vascular medicine is a sub-specialty of internal medicine that specializes in the treatment of the circulatory system outside of the heart. This includes veins, arteries and lymphatic system:

Vascular structure
  • Arteries: Blood vessels that carry oxygenated blood away from the heart to the body.
  • Veins: Blood vessels that carry blood from the body back into the heart.
  • Lymphatic system: A network of vessels throughout the body that drains lymph fluid from tissues to maintain fluid balance and to clear byproducts of inflammation.

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