Thanks to her experience acquired in the largest hospital departments in Paris (Bichat, La Pitié, Ambroise Paré) and in the region (Hôpital Américain de Neuilly, Clinique du Val d’Or in St Cloud).
She offers you the most modern vascular exploration methods adapted to vessel diseases (arteries of the neck and limbs, veins and lymphatics) with a recent specialisation in the exploration of large legs, lipedema in particular.
General Secretary of the French Society of Angiology for more than 20 years, she has built up a network of correspondents in all specialities not only in Paris, but also outside of France and in so-called “developing” countries.
Pluridisciplinary by training (cardiology and angiology) in particular, she has opted for a global approach to the care of vascular diseases.
Available and easily contactable, she manages emergencies (phlebitis in particular) as well as long-term follow-up.
Following his studies at the Faculty of Medicine of Sousse in Tunisia and the University of Paris VI, Dr Gloulou obtained his medical degree in 2006 and then specialised in anaesthesia and intensive care, again between Tunisia and France, which earned him a double degree in the field.
He worked as a hospital assistant in medical intensive care from 2009 to 2011 in France, then as a hospital practitioner in anaesthesia and intensive care at the CHU (Assistance Publique des Hôpitaux de Paris) since 2012.
For several years, he has been practicing in private clinics with plastic and aesthetic surgeons.
In collaboration with Doctor Nicolas Zwillinger at the Étoile clinic, he improves the management of patients operated by liposuction WAL, in particular by setting up spinal anaesthesia allowing early rehabilitation of patients (easier same day discharge, less postoperative pain…).
He listens to the patients before the operations to answer their questions concerning the different modes of anaesthesia and also accompanies the patients during their convalescence.