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The Vascare Association: Dr Dirk Le Roux, Dr Pradeep Mistry and Dr Neil Wright, cover Sunninghill Hospital, Waterfall Hospital, Life Fourways Hospital. The doctors are all qualified Vascular Surgeons with extensive experience in their field. They provide an elective and emergency service for the whole country and intra-continental referrals.

 
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Vascare Newsletter

Dear Doctors,

Dr Dirk Le Roux and Dr Pradeep Mistry would like to thank you for your ongoing support of the Vascare Practice, and would like to update you on some changes that have taken place.neilwright

We are pleased to be able to (re)-introduce Dr Neil Wright. You may recall that he was one of the founding members of the Vascare practice at Sunningill Hospital some 15 years ago. Five years ago, he left on an “Australian adventure”, moving to Adelaide with his family.

In Australia he worked in a big metropolitan teaching hospital as a Senior Consultant Vascular Surgeon, where he furthered his interest in the endovascular and surgical management of diabetic foot disease, culminating in the co-authorship of a book chapter on the subject. He was awarded both a Vascular Surgery Fellowship and a General Surgery Fellowship by the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, and further developed his interest in General Surgery, Endoscopy and Laparoscopic surgery in a number of rural South Australia locations, as part of the outreach team from the Queen Elizabeth Hospital.

The call of Africa was too much to ignore, however, and we are delighted to welcome him back to Johannesburg with his family.

We have invited Neil to (re)-join us at Sunninghill Hospital and together the practice will provide full-time cover for Vascular Surgery and General Surgery at Sunninghill, Life Fourways. and Waterfall Hospitals.

 

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Varicose Veins – Update of treatment

Dr D A Le Roux

An experienced vascular technologist can perform a C DD of the veins of one leg in about 15 min

 

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Which Diabetics are at risk for lower-extremity problems and what preventive measures can be taken?

by Dirk le Roux

DIABETES MELLITUS (DM) is a well-known risk factor for the development and progression of peripheral arterial disease (PAD). Although much is known about the two conditions as independent processes, the effects of DM on PAD is less clear.

 

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