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Veins represent the system of blood transport from the body back to the heart. Most of the blood is recycled through deep veins (located in the muscles), and a smaller amount is transported through the superficial system (which is close to the surface of the skin). Varicose veins and spider veins are superficial veins. Because they are not surrounded by muscles like the deep vein system, they are more prone to damage.
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The laser has the ability to thermally close the varicose vein, thus treating the cause of varicose veins.
The procedure is performed under local anesthesia and involves the introduction into the vein of the optic fiber under ultrasound control. The optical fiber is connected with a vascular laser that emits light energy at the free end in contact with the vein. The energy "melts" and "seals" the dilated vein, which shrinks as the fiber is withdrawn.
Varicose veins are one of the common conditions that most people suffer. Previously it was treated by surgical procedure, but as the technology is growing there are lots of latest and minimally invasive treatment options available. These modern treatment methods include radiofrequency ablation treatment, endovenous laser therapy, and phlebectomy…Continue
Medical technology is growing every day. One of the most technologically modern advancements in vein treatment is radiofrequency ablation. Radiofrequency is a minimally invasive technique for the elimination of unhealthy and defective veins. It is a Medicare-approved technology. RFA uses heat-based thermal energy to destroy the affected veins, causing them to seal…Continue