- 23 January 2019
- Posted by: invamed
- Category: Blog
Deep venous insufficiency; is an important venous disease affecting the quality of life due to clinical outcomes. Although surgical treatment of deep venous insufficiency is advancing in modern medical technology and surgical experience; due to complications of deep vein thrombosis and pulmonary embolism, it has become a treatable vessel disease in very few centers in our country and in the world.
In cases of venous insufficiency, venous blood escapes from the normal antegrade flow path and returns the veins downward to a cramped leg. Venous insufficiency syndromes are usually caused by valve insufficiency in the low-pressure superficial venous system, but may also be caused by valve insufficiency in the high-pressure deep venous system (or, rarely).
Untreated venous insufficiency in the deep or superficial system causes a progressive syndrome (chronic venous insufficiency [CVI]). Historically, CVI was known as the postflebitic syndrome and the postthrombotic syndrome, referring to the conditions that cause most cases. In addition to the bad cosine, CVI can lead to chronic life-threatening infections of the lower extremities. Pain is a hallmark of the disease, especially after ambulation. CVI causes characteristic changes in the skin of the lower extremities, called lipodermatosclerosis, which leads to final skin ulceration.
ICT is an internal compression therapy application for the dysfunctional vein valve. The procedure can also be described as percutaneous valvuloplasty. The goal in ICT is to create a nonabsorbable biopolymer that is specifically designed as an exo-frame around the targeted vessel valve. ICT is the first real treatment option for VI, rather than eliminating veins by various methods. The goal of ICT is to cure problematic vessels, to avoid symptoms and to prevent future development of VI.
The first real treatment option for ICT, VI.
ICT corrects the problematic vein.
So far, it is the only solution for deep venous insufficiency.
Fast, safe and efficient.
It can be done under policlinic conditions.
The patient may return their daily routine immediately.
Increased vessel diameter real problem
Deep vein valve repair can be treated with multiple methods. However, all treatment methods for VI cancel the problem vein studies by heat ablation, embolization or surgical removal. These treatment options do not apply to deep venous insufficiency (DVI). DVI is an untreated syndrome that dramatically affects the quality of life in the long term. However, it is claimed that the success rate is dramatically low.