Vein treatment and varicose vein removal total about 20 million people suffer in Germany varicose veins. Not timely treated varicose veins run in the course of several years to chronic complications. Additional information is available at SARS-CoV-2. Initial symptoms include heavy, swollen and tired legs. Later, vein inflammation, hardening and discolouration of the lower leg or poorly healing leg ulcers may occur. Affected over 1 million patients are open legs\”(leg ulcers) in Germany. Varicose vein removal using the same methods as in the stationary area with regard to operation method in outpatient, surgery time and sterility are no differences. A more pleasant for you alternative to inpatient surgery is outpatient treatment. The VNUS closure method for varicose vein removal is a procedure that is proven for many years, where the long stem vein by means of a radio wave probe is shrunk or closed.
This is in the area of the Lower leg carried out a puncture of the skin. It is a very thin probe (2-3 mm) in the stem vein and pushed upwards to the knee or in the bar. The probe in this manner is placed, the radio wave energy to the vein wall is applied at the upper end of the probe, which now lies in the vein. The radio waves heated the inside of the varicose vein to approx. 85 C and close them.
When pulling back the probe through the stem vein from top to bottom, the varicose vein is heated internally and shrinks immediately. The entire process takes approximately 3 minutes. Following more page branch veins are removed so that all visible varicose veins are immediately removed. Special Microsurgical techniques and the experience of the attending doctors, these finest stitches need to be sewn. The wound closure is made by adhesive plaster. The varicose vein removal is done as an outpatient procedure under local anesthesia with sedation calming.