- Specialities Vascular and endovascular surgery
- Telephone 01892 525461
- Year of first qualification 2003
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org
- GMC Number 6165023
Mr Lukla Biasi is an experienced vascular and endovascular surgeon with a dedicated commitment to the sub-specialties of lower limb revascularisation, carotid surgery and superficial vein surgery.
Lukla graduated with distinguished honours from the University of Bologna, Italy. Following a research fellowship at St Georges’ Vascular Institute in London, he completed the specialist training at the University Hospital of Parma, Italy, where he was appointed as consultant vascular surgeon in 2009.
Lukla moved to the UK in 2014 for a clinical-research fellowship on complex lower limb revascularisation at St. Thomas’ Hospital, London. He was awarded an International PhD-Doctor Europaeus- “summa cum laude” for his academic achievements. Mr Biasi has published on national and international peer-reviewed journals and is reviewer for the European Journal of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery(EJVS) and the Journal of Vascular Endovascular Surgery(VES).
He took up his consultant vascular appointment at Guy's and St Thomas’ in 2016. He leads general-vascular (including Duplex-scans) and diabetic-foot clinics at St Thomas’, Tunbridge Wells and Sevenoaks Hospitals.
In-patient surgery at GSTT comprises the full range of open and endovascular arterial and superficial-vein surgery, performed in state-of-the art open, hybrid and cathlab theatres.
Mr Biasi is currently Patient Safety co-lead for St Thomas’ Vascular Department.
· Lower Limb bypass surgery and endovascular treatment (angioplasty and stenting)
· Carotid surgery
- Thread vein treatment including minimally invasive techniques (Radiofrequency thermal ablation and foam
· Aortic stent grafts (EVAR)
Lukla enjoys spending time with his family in Italy and Ireland and his hobbies include swimming, reading and exploring the Kent countryside.
- British Medical Association (BMA)
- Vascular Society of Great Britain and Ireland
- Italian Vascular Society (SICVE)