Mr Ferdinand Serracino-Inglott was one of the earliest vascular surgeons to embrace minimally invasive techniques in the management of vascular disease. Aside from seeing private patients, Serracino-Inglott also works in the NHS and is based at Manchester Royal Infirmary. He revolutionised the treatment of vascular disease in Greater Manchester by introducing branched and fenestrated stent-grafts to treat complex aneurysms of the aorta, remote endarterectomy for the minimally invasive treatment of blocked arteries in the leg to prevent amputations and out-patient treatment of varicose veins. Mr Serracino-Inglott is passionate about research and is active in the publication and dissemination of vascular research. In addition, Mr Serracino-Inglott sits on the editorial board of the Annals of Vascular Surgery.
Mr Serracino-Inglott introduced the VNUS procedure to Spire Manchester which subsequently revolutionised the treatment of varicose veins at the hospital. He transformed the treatment of varicose veins from an in-patient procedure under a general anaesthetic with a painful protracted recovery time to a minimally invasive treatment performed under local anaesthetic, as an out-patient procedure followed by a rapid, painless recovery.
Open abdominal aortic aneurysms (EVAR)
Angioplasty and stents
Surgery for peripheral vascular disease
Carotid angioplasty and surgery for stroke prevention