Rheologic infusion therapy for advanced circulatory disorders of the legs
For advanced arterial circulatory disorders of the legs, rheologic infusion therapy may be an option. In this procedure, a medication that expands arterial vessels and accelerates the flow speed of blood is administered via a vein in the arm.
Additionally, this procedure reduces disorders in the function of vessel interior walls and promotes the exchange of oxygen and nutrients in poorly-perfused tissues.
We provide infusion therapy on an outpatient basis for a maximum duration of four weeks under tight clinical control.