Mr Paritosh Sharma

Mr Paritosh Sharma


Vascular Surgery

Languages spoken

  • Punjabi
  • Urdu
  • Hindi
  • English
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Registered with

General Medical Council: 6029896

Consultation fees

New appointment: £250

Follow-up appointment: £180

Practices worked at

108 Harley Street

108 Harley Street, London, United Kingdom, W1G 7ET
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Mr Paritosh Sharma is a Consultant Vascular Surgeon at Barts Health NHS Trust. He has worked at most of the prestigious London vascular centres and his techniques are an amalgamation of the most current and cutting edge practices in Vascular Surgery. He spent a year specialising in endovascular techniques prior to taking up his current consultant post and his expertise in this area is highly regarded.

Mr Sharma has a large practice in managing varicose veins with minimally invasive techniques such as laser ablation, radiofrequency ablation, sclerotherapy and also with open surgery. He has a particular interest in endovascular and hybrid management of complex thoraco-abdominal aortic conditions and works closely with cardiothoracic, interventional radiology colleagues for managing these difficult conditions.

Mr Sharma has published extensively and was awarded an MD thesis in 2015 for his research on the effective and safe monitoring of patients after endovascular interventions.

He has an active interest in the training and teaching of undergraduate and post graduate doctors, in addition, he has developed teaching programmes aimed at nurturing surgical and technical skills of upcoming surgeons.

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Medical procedures

  • Varicose veins
    Laser treatment, sclerotherapy, radio-frequency treatment, open surgery, phlebectomies
  • Botox - excessive sweating
  • Hyperhidrosis treatment 
  • Angioplasty stenting, bypass
  • TEVAR, FEVAR, EVAR, open surgery
  • carotid endarterectomy

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Special interests

  • Spider veins, Bleeding veins, Varicose veins - laser (EVLT) and radio-frequency treatment (RFA), sclerotherapy, open surgery;
  • Leg pain, exercise induced leg pain, claudication - Lower limb arterial disease, leg ulcers, diabetic foot disease (endovascular and open surgery);
  • Aortic disease including aneurysms and dissections (TEVAR, FEVAR, EVAR, open surgery);
  • Stroke prevention, carotid disease (carotid endarterectomy);
  • Excessive sweating ,profuse sweating - Hyperhidrosis treatment (Axillary and palmar);
  • Arterio-venous malformations;
  • Dialysis - Vascular access surgery

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