Category Archives: Varicose Vein Treatment

Understanding Laser Varicose Veins

The occlusion of the saphena and extrasafenic varices by means of glue is the most innovative technique of venous occlusion, which consists in the endovascular introduction, under ultrasound guidance, of a cyanoacrylate glue in the saphenous, in order to occlude it.

To go into more detail, the treatment consists of an eco-guided insertion of an introducer that allows the progression of a catheter that is able to dispense the cyanoacrylate (the glue) inside the saphenous to be treated in an amount that guarantees complete closure of the saphena and produce sufficient reaction to the reabsorption of saphenous and glue over time.

The patient can be discharged immediately and can resume his activity without the need to apply a compressive therapy. A control visit is expected after 15/20 days. When is the intervention of saphenous occlusion and extrasafenic varices performed by means of glue or Laser Varicose Veins?