Vascular (arterial) disease is a leading cause of death and disability. Often, vascular disease may go undetected until it causes symptoms (such as a stroke) or death.

City International Hospital's vascular doctors shared, Everyone is at risk for vascular disease. With the increase in obesity and Type II diabetes and as the population ages, vascular diseases are becoming epidemic. .It can occur in anyone at any time; affecting men and women equally. Atherosclerosis can begin in adolescence. Early detection of many vascular problems may prevent deaths and disability by providing timely medical or surgical treatment.

Common Vascular Diseases

  • Coronary artery diseases

Coronary arteries supply blood to the heart and, when diseased, can block the flow of blood and cause a heart attack. This is a cardiovascular disease and is primarily managed by heart specialists – cardiologists.

  • Chronic venous insufficiency (CVI)

 An estimated 40 percent of people in the United States have chronic venous insufficiency at varying levels of disease severity. It occurs more frequently in people over age 50, and more often in women than in men. Chronic venous insufficiency falls into three different categories depending on the severity of the symptoms. Stage 1: Swelling and changes in skin pigmentation characterize this stage. Stage 2: Swelling, changes in skin pigmentation, and dermatitis characterize this stage. Stage 3: Swelling, changes in skin pigmentation, varicose veins, and ulcers characterize this stage.

Venous insufficiency can cause chronic venous hypertension, a condition characterized by high blood pressure in the veins of the legs. Blood clots or other blockages in the veins can also lead to this condition. If left untreated, it can also lead to bigger problems like amputation.

  • Carotid artery diseases

The brain is the control center for the body, so when there’s a lack of blood flow to it, people can’t get words out, they can’t move part of their body. Sometimes piece of plaque breaks off and goes into the eye. These are all signs that’s there’s a lack of oxygen to the brain.

Arch Branches supply blood to the brain through the carotid arteries, and when diseased, frequently cause life threatening strokes. Some people have a mini stroke and that can be an early warning sign of a bigger stroke in the future, which could include facial drooping that goes away. If they have that, we’d want to see them immediately.

Give us a call: (8428) 6280 3333 - ext 8040.

2000 Gift Vouchers for Vascular Consultation

Text messages will be sent to eligible customers. To schedule an appointment:

Returning customer special

  • One free specialist consultation (worth VND 400,000) at CIH’s Vascular Intervention Unit.
  • Specialty consultation: Vascular Intervention Unit.
  • Consultation runs from 20 August to 31 December 2019
  • Appointment time: Tuesday and Friday: Morning hours 7:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. Afternoon hours 1:30 p.m. to 4.30 p.m. 


  • The special is applicable to all return customers.
  • In the case of relatives of return patient want to use this offer, the relatives shall provide the return patient's information (full name, date of birth, or Patient ID) for Electronic health record recognition.
  • Offer cannot be combined with any other ongoing offer/promotion/discount.
  • This offer is not exchangeable for cash.
  • Please call: 0987853793 and get an appointment time before coming to the clinic.

For appointment or more information about the services provided,  please contact:

Vascular Interventional Unit (VIU) 

City International Hospital

  • Patient service: (8428) 6280 3333, ext. 8535
  • Address: Level 3, No. 3, 17A Street, Binh Tri Dong B Ward, Binh Tan Dist. (Next to AEON Mall Binh Tan). Ho Chi Minh City.
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