There are many methods of treatment, uniform for advanced clinical conditions. The most important are compression treatment and surgery. The use of compression garments regularly can help prevent or even stop the progression of the disease. Medical density stockings form the source of vein treatment. In disease progresses, the patient may develop thrombosis (blood clots) or even venous ulcers in the leg. If a blood clot breaks away from the venous wall and circulates through the venous system to the lung, a life-threatening situation is created, called pulmonary embolism. Compression stockings are a common means of stopping the progression of venous insufficiency. With its precisely defined pressure, it mechanically counteracts venous valves that do not close properly. When the diameter of the veins in the legs narrows, the valves close again and the blood does not stagnate. The garments also stimulate the lymphatic flow and prevent its stagnation in the legs. Modern compression stockings are not distinguished today from other types of stockings. Whether its knee-length stockings with a fine ribbed design, semi-transparent knee-length stockings or pantyhose in an overwhelming range of colours: in a matter of fashion, there are no limits to compression stockings. The best-known surgical technique is called “stripping “at Veins Treatment Center. For this operation, a probe is inserted into the vein that is then removed from the leg through a small incision in the skin (stripped, in English). All affected trunk veins do not have to be removed. If only the upper part is affected, the trunk vein is left. This means that the healthy part of the vein is preserved. There are many different variants of "" stripping "" of veins. Another possibility is to block the defective vein. This is done by a crossectomy using laser treatment or radio waves at the vein clinic. Stripping, the most common method
A probe is inserted by vein doctor through the affected vein from the thigh to the foot by best vein doctor. Next, the varix is removed.
Chiva method It consists in ligating the dilated veins so that the blood flows through the lateral branches. The main veins are preserved, which are not extracted. Laser therapy With a laser probe the vein is blocked from the inside; then the organism itself will absorb it. Radio wave therapy The process is similar to laser therapy done by vein doctor. A tiny probe is inserted through the veins and with radio waves a thermal sclerosis of the varicose veins is caused, which the organism will absorb later. Sclerotherapy Sclerotherapy causes the adhesion of the vascular walls with an injection at vein treatment center. The body will absorb these clogged veins. In addition to the classic method there is also sclerosis with foam, consisting of introducing foam into the veins to sclerosar. First half anti-seismic, then average compression Immediately after a surgical procedure, an anti-seismic means is used. Then compression stockings must be used constantly. The vein doctors can prescribe them if necessary. The orthopaedics at the vein treatment center takes patients to measure the means. They are breathable and the wide range of colours allows varying.
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