What treatment do you want quick estimate


Select one country


*Estimate Result

Average estimate for treatment is   

Number of days in ICU

Number of days in Hospital

Number of days in Country.

Hotel cost

Transportation cost

Country ( Nigeria )


Day in ICU

Days in hosp

days in count

hotel cost


* estimate depends on condition of the patient, other complications, and progression of the disease.

# Accommodation cost is based on 3 * hotel on a twin person sharing basis

Treatment and FAQ for the disease


Aortofemoral bypass surgery is used to bypass diseased large blood vessels in the abdomen and groin.


Aortofemoral bypass surgery is for people who have narrowed or blocked blood vessels (aorta or iliac arteries) in the abdomen and pelvis. Usually the disease must be causing significant symptoms or be limb-threatening before bypass surgery is considered.


The symptoms may include:
leg aches
pain in the legs
legs that feel heavy
These symptoms are considered serious enough for this procedure if they occur when you walk as well as when you are at rest. You could also need the procedure if your symptoms make it difficult to complete basic daily tasks, you have an infection in your affected leg, or your symptoms don’t improve with other treatments.


To bypass a narrowed or blocked blood vessel, blood is redirected through a graft made of synthetic material (such as polytetrafluoroethylene [PTFE] or Dacron). This graft is sewn above and below the diseased artery so that blood flows through the graft. The artificial blood vessel is formed into a Y shape. The single end of the Y is sewn on the aorta. The two split ends of the Y are sewn below the blocked or narrowed areas of the femoral arteries. This allows the blood to travel around (bypass) the diseased areas.


The grafts can be synthetic which are: polytetrafluoroethyline [PTFE] or Dacron or natural grafts.


You can expect your belly and groin to be sore for several weeks. You will probably feel more tired than usual for several weeks after surgery. You may be able to do many of your usual activities after 4 to 6 weeks. But you will probably need 2 to 3 months to fully recover, especially if you usually do a lot of physical activities.


Aortobifemoral bypass is successful at keeping the artery open and reducing symptoms over 80% of the time for at least 10 years.


Risks for aortofemoral bypass procedure include:
Failed or blocked grafts.
Heart attack.
Sexual dysfunction caused by nerve damage in the pelvis.

Top Doctors and Hospitals for Treatment 

Hospitals  in

Doctors around the world

Top Procedures

Top Hospitals

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • YouTube
  • Instagram

About Anavara

Ana Vara is Wonderful

Anavara thanks the  following websites for information on treatments and diseases .                                        

All rights reserved @anavara digital team 2020.