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Mr Brandon Krijgsman is a Consultant Vascular Surgeon in Peterborough who specialises in varicose veins including thread veins, arterial disease, renal arterial disease and renal access surgery.
Mr Brandon Krijgsman is a Consultant General and Vascular Surgeon at the Fitzwilliam Hospital in Peterborough.
Mr Brandon Krijgsman has been a Consultant General and Vascular Surgeon in Peterborough since 2003. He specialises in varicose veins, thread veins, leg ulcers and vascular access, in addition to hernias and gallstone disease.
He has focussed on venous disease, being the first surgeon in Peterborough to introduce endovenous techniques with radio-frequencyablation and foam sclerotherapy. He also introduced the vascular access servicefor dialysis patients in Peterborough, as well as minimally invasive vascular access for chemotherapy patients. The majority of his consultations includeultrasound scans as a one stop clinic, to accurately assess the patient’s vein problems to tailor individual treatments for them. He believes in patient choice for their treatment after informed discussion.
He was appointed following training in London and the Vascular Unit of the Royal Free Hospital. His research was in arterial bypass grafts in order to make them more biologically compatible.
He has an active role in surgical training, and has been the Surgical Tutor and Specialty Tutor in Peterborough City Hospital. He actively oversees a number of surgical trainees at differing stages of their surgical career.
He is a Royal College of Surgeons of England advisor for Consultant appointments
He is a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, and is on the Specialist Register of The General Medical Council
He is a member of the Venous Forum of the Royal Society of Medicine, and has been on the faculty of a thread vein course presenting microsclerotherapy to professional audiences. Other memberships include the European Society for Vascular and Endovascular Surgery, the British Associationof Sclerotherapists, and the College of Phlebology.
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