Stenting of carotid arteries at Bau International Hospital

Carotid artery stenting is a procedure in which a vascular surgeon inserts a slender, metal-mesh tube, called a stent, which expands inside your carotid artery to increase blood flow in areas blocked by plaque.
A stent is inserted into a diseased artery supplying blood flow to the brain to reduce risk of stroke.

Neurosurgeon Beka Gorgiladze performs this procedure in our hospital.