Treatment for:


  • Brain aneurysm


  • Peripheral artery disease and chronic wounds

  • Aortic Aneurysm & Dissection

  • Vein diseases

  • Vascular Malformation 

  • Pain

  • Kidney dialysis Access

  • Lymphoedema

  • Benign Tumour & Cancer

  • Men’s health

  • Women’s health

  • Weight loss

  1. Central Venous Catheter (CVC)
    Sometimes called a Permanent Catheter (PermCath), a CVC is an access where a Y-shaped catheter is placed into a central vein to aid in kidney dialysis. There are tunnelled and non-tunnelled PermCaths. Central vein stenosis is a common problem associated with kidney dialysis patients as a result of vascular access and can be treated via venoplasty.

  2. Arteriovenous Fistula (AVF) 
    An AVF is the surgical connection of an artery and a vein. It is created by stitching them together, usually in the nondominant arm in either the hand, forearm or elbow. It is an access method for kidney dialysis patients. 

  3. Arteriovenous Graft (AVG)
    An AVG uses an artificial vessel made of synthetic materials to connect an artery with a vein. It is an access method for kidney dialysis patients.

The Vascular and Interventional Centre (VIC) was established in March 2015 as a Singapore-based private practice dedicated to providing comprehensive care and management of conditions relating to the vascular, circulatory and lymphatic systems. More recently, VIC has expanded its portfolio to develop expertise in other aspects of interventional work including Interventional Oncology, Interventional  Pain Management , Interventional Gynaecology and Lifestyle Interventional Procedures in order to provide its patients with greater holistic care.

With the latest addition of our VIC Day Surgery Centre @ Novena Specialist Center in April 2020, we have developed a one of its kind Centre in Singapore where our Specialists work as a collaborative multi-speciality team to offer patients seamless care from consultation and diagnosis to procedure and recovery at one location.

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