The VenaSeal varicose vein closure system is a unique, minimally invasive, non-thermal method of varicose vein treatment that does not require tumescent anaesthesia or wearing of compression stockings, allowing patients to return to normal activity immediately after the procedure.
The VenaSeal system, which is part of the Medtronic portfolio, uses the principle of activity of tissue adhesives from the cyanoacrylate group. It is a medical adhesive for safe intravascular use that improves blood flow by sealing or closing the affected vein. The system delivers small amounts of medical adhesive to the affected vein, then the adhesive causes the vein to seal and blood flow is redirected to nearby healthy veins.
Why is it worth it?
The VenaSeal system is a much more comfortable, less invasive and faster way to treat varicose veins compared to traditional heat therapy: HEAT ENERGY: TRADITIONAL THERAPY The heat causes the vein to close Numerous injections for anaesthesia Need to wear compression stockings after the treatment VENASEAL VEIN CLOSURE SYSTEM: INNOVATIVE TREATMENT METHOD The adhesive causes the vein to seal Only one injection for anaesthesia No need to wear compression stockings after the treatment** Within 12 months after treatment with the VenaSeal system, 97.2% of the veins remained closed.
What do you need to know?
Areas where varicose veins are present
The VenaSeal system encapsulates the idea of a painless and extremely effective way to treat venous insufficiency, as evidenced by the results of three clinical trials conducted in the United States of America. After the VenaSeal therapy, 97.2% of the veins are closed, effectively overcoming the problem.
Natural and instant effects!
No, therapy with the VenaSeal system does not hurt, as the treatment is performed under local anaesthesia.
Full therapy effects are visible after 12 months.
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