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07/03/2017 – Dr Androulakakis commenced his work as a consultant vascular surgeon at the Medway Maritime Hospital NHS Trust in Gillingham, Kent, UK

This is a busy NHS hospital providing vascular and endovascular services to the population (over 500,000) of Medway, Kent, UK.
Dr Androulakakis continues to work in Greece as well on a regular basis. For details of his time schedule and for appointments, please contact us.

31/05/2016 – Dr Androulakakis worked for 7 months as a consultant vascular surgeon at the Royal Cornwall Hospital NHS Trust in Truro, Cornwall, UK

This is a busy NHS hospital providing vascular and endovascular services to a population of circa 530,000 people living in Cornwall, UK.

30/04/2016 – Participation of Dr Androulakakis in the Charing Cross International Symposium – Vascular & Endovascular Challenges Update, 26 – 29, April 2016

The CX symposium is a high-impact scientific symposium focusing on identifying evidence for optimal vascular disease management and is held annually in London, United Kingdom.

03/03/2015 – Popliteal artery aneurysm: An insidious condition which may lead to leg loss

Aneurysms of the popliteal artery are usually associated with atheromatous degeneration of the arterial wall. The most common and serious presenting feature is distal ischaemia, i.e. reduced blood flow to the foot, immediately threatening its viability. Read more >

25/05/2014 – Participation of Dr Z. Androulakakis in the meeting of the British Association of Sclerotherapists (BAS)

The doctor, who is a BAS member, participated in the meeting held on 20 May 2014 in Coventry, UK. The current international views with regard to sclerosant agents were discussed, as well as the modern sclerotherapy techniques, emphasizing the technique of foam sclerotherapy for leg varicose veins.

18/03/2014 – Participation in the 14th Panhellenic Meeting of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery

Dr Z. Androulakakis participated in the events of the Meeting held from 13-16 March 2014 in Athens, and was a speaker on Inflammatory aneurysms: open or endovascular repair?

01/01/2014 – Commonly held myths about varicose veins and chronic venous insufficiency

Common myths and misunderstandings about varicose veins and chronic venous insufficiency are discussed, as well as the truth behind these conditions. Read more >

15/12/2013 – Simple ways for smarter snacks

Have you thought of upgrading your daily snacks for more healthy eating? Do you easily settle with fried potato chips, cookies or “low-fat” ice-cream? Read more >

12/12/2013 – Vascular malformations

The term vascular malformation is a general term for any congenital anomaly involving vessels. It may be located anywhere in the body. It is not the same as haemangioma, which is a type of benign tumour. Management of vascular malformations may be complex. Read more >

10/10/2013 – Recent work of Dr Z. Androulakakis in a major centre in the UK and training in modern vascular techniques

The doctor worked from 20/06/13 until 20/09/13 as a full-time senior fellow in the renowned vascular unit of St Thomas’ Hospital (Guy’s & St Thomas’ Foundation NHS Trust) in London. He furthered his experience in the management of complex aortic aneurysms, diabetic peripheral vascular disease and in the less invasive techniques for the treatment of leg varicose veins with laser & radiofrequency ablation.