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What can I expect after endovascular surgery?

Most patients recover quickly from endovascular surgery—in most cases, remaining in the hospital for less than two days.

Dr. Mark J. Russo, MD
Cardiothoracic Surgeon

The potential benefits of the endovascular aortic surgery include greatly reduced risk, a shorter hospital stay, and a more rapid recovery. 

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