Our highly skilled vascular team at UBMD Vascular Surgery can diagnose and treat a wide range of vascular conditions. Treatment can range from medication to new cutting-edge minimally invasive procedures to traditional open repair, or hybrid procedures, which combine minimally invasive techniques with standard surgery.
The UBMD Vascular Lab (otherwise known as University Vascular Laboratory) provides a broad range of non-invasive vascular diagnostic services, using ultrasound imaging, doppler blood flow evaluation, and physiologic testing.
Our Vascular Lab serves all of our locations at Buffalo General Medical Center, Conventus, Erie County Medical Center and Northtowns UBMD Surgery, just around the corner from Millard Fillmore Suburban. We have the distinction of being accredited in all major areas of testing offered, including peripheral arterial, venous, carotid and abdominal vascular testing. The Lab is under the direction of Jacqueline Burgio, BS, RVT, technical director, and Dr. Maciej Dryjski, medical director.
UBMD Surgery Vascular Lab is accredited by the Intersocietal Accreditation Commission (IAC). The IAC offers accreditation for each of the testing areas that a vascular laboratory performs. University Vascular Lab first sought IAC accreditation in 2000 and has continually maintained accreditation since that time.
Early detection and treatment of the peripheral arterial disease may prevent loss of limbs or strokes.