Hello everyone I’m doctor Mohal Banker Interventional radiologist and welcome to this our special pain channel.
Today we are going to discuss Varicose veins ulcers.
Which time is perfect for the treatment of varicose veins ulcers?
It is a very important question at which stage we go for the treatment of varicose veins ulcers. It is a common myth that varicose veins ulcers should be treated after the blood loss.
If you find out the answer to this question is very easily available. The main problem of these ulcers is that the amount of blood that comes into the body doesn’t go back outside the body. The main cause of this venous ulceration is the impure stagnation of the blood.
So whenever you are having pain through varicose veins then the first step you should do the treatment of varicose veins. The new technique Venaseal Glue Embolization is the most ideal treatment and you take that treatment as soon as possible. If you think that these veins slow down and after that, you take the treatment then you are wrong. The pain will be less by the band-aid but if you don’t go through proper treatment then the varicose veins may reappear to your body.
Whenever you are having varicose veins ulcers then you have to go for treatment. First, you have to do the color doppler scan and after that, you should go for the treatment of Venaseal Glue Embolization. By this treatment, you will get rid of Varicose veins ulcers and there will be very fewer chances that your varicose veins reappear in your body.
Foam sclerotherapy is a well-known treatment for varicose veins. It is a straightforward procedure that will take no more than 30 minutes. The first step is to determine the scope of your issues. Ultrasound technology is frequently used to assess whether the veins on the skin’s surface are a result of underlying flow problems or if they are a result of an isolated condition. Ultrasound exams are commonly covered by insurance.
If underlying concerns are uncovered, those are the first to be addressed. Most insurance companies and Medicare cover the treatments we provide to address underlying flow issues in the saphenous veins
The early results of foam sclerotherapy are very promising, and this technique of treatment may offer an alternative to surgery. However, it should be noted that this is a new treatment, and the long-term outcomes are unknown at this time. It is also impossible to say how this treatment compares to traditional surgery or sclerotherapy in terms of results. Foam sclerotherapy is used cosmetically to remove unsightly peripheral varicose or spider veins, as well as to relieve leg heaviness and weariness. Shortly after the therapy, you should notice clinical relief, such as reduced leg heaviness and a stop of itching and burning. The treated veins will be absorbed by your body and eventually disappear.