Sclerotherapy Treatment

Sclerotherapy, and dilated blood vessels, as well as varicose (enlarged) is a method for the treatment of vein. Foam sclerotherapy, a percentage is used increasingly in recent years, especially in large-scale (especially including the saphenous vein system) are successfully treated veins. Easy to use, low complication rate and high efficiency due to foam sclerotherapy, the enlarged leg veins and has become an important method in the treatment of intravenous ulcers.

Foam sclerotherapy, in the examination room environment, can be carried out without anesthesia, and the patient can return to daily activities easily. After the foam and practices with a special injector system, apply pressure with gauze and then medium pressure to wear compression stockings or elastic bandage for 48 hours with patient application is recommended. After stockings or bandages removed people can take a shower. However, by 14-21 days after the procedure it is recommended to be worn medium-pressure compression stockings.

Patients after practice, they feel tenderness over those who have been treated with this anti-inflammatory creams are easily eliminated. When applied to those skilled in the foam sclerotherapy it is a safe and relatively low side effects observed therapy.

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