- 23 January 2019
- Posted by: invamed
- Category: Blog
DMSO works in many different ways and is completely new to the case treatment principles. This substance targets impaired cell functions or damaged cells. The cells change and stabilize by modifying and stabilizing the water structure. It creates changes in the liquid structure of water and exposes its effects on biological systems.
Thus changes in proteins and other molecules occur. The trend of DMSO is to generate white blood cells and induce and increase the production of MIF (migration inhibitor factor) of macrophages. Thus, the immune system becomes more effective by allowing the macrophages to move faster.
Ethylene vinyl alcohol copolymer (Onyx); another liquid is known as embolization agent. The most important advantages; non-stick structure, high radioactivity and long solidification, provides longer and controlled injections over time. It is compatible with use with DMSO Onyx.
Treatments in varicose veins have made good progress over the last 10 years. Surgical removal of the varicose veins under general anesthesia prior to surgery resulted in postoperative pain and postoperative pain relief after at least one day of hospitalization, at least one day after hospitalization, difficulties such as controls, and occasional removal of the thrombus.
On the other hand, laser, radiofrequency is a little more comfortable for the patient, but requires anesthesia and hospitalization for at least 1 day is a must. There may be complaints such as pain after burning, pain and it is still used in many hospitals. However, since the treatment of varicose veins continues to develop, the last point reached today is VenaBlock.
VenaBlock offers a unique and superior treatment for varicose veins. In this treatment, the patient is hospitalized and the patient is discharged within 1 hour after the operation. Also, there is no need to wear socks after 1 day. It does not cause any side effects such as pain and permanent effects such as scarring.
In this method, a small needle cyanoacrylate adhesive is used to seal varicose veins. The process takes 10-15 minutes.
This glue has long been used in treatments as a safe medical adhesive in other parts of the body. However, it has recently become available for varicose veins. The disadvantage is the lack of short and long-term side effects and has been shown to be extremely safe.
Unlike other endovenous procedures, such as laser or radiofrequency, VenaBlock does not require large volume anesthesia, in most patients a single local anesthetic injection is sufficient to change needle entry, and the patient can immediately return to normal daily activities. In short, it is painless, painless, unheated and far superior compared to old varicose vein therapies.