Varicose Vein Glue VenaBLOCK

Treatment is determined by the patient’s condition. Treatment of enlarged veins or as removed or removed in place is possible. In the past, varicose veins were interfered with an open surgical method called stripping. With the incisions made to the ankle and groin area, the vein was caught at both ends and was completely removed with a special wire passing through it. The patient was anesthetized with general anesthesia or waist spinal anesthesia and hospitalized for 1 day. With the advancement in health technologies, laser or radiofrequency methods have been replaced by this method. One of the recent innovations is variclose vein glue treatment.


VenaBlock offers a unique and superior treatment for varicose veins. In this treatment, the patient is hospitalized and the patient is discharged in 1 hour. Moreover, there is no need to wear socks after 1 day. As it does not take anesthesia, it does not feel pain. It doesn’t leave any traces. In this method, the cyanoacrylate glue with a small needle is used to close the varicose (non-functional) vessels.


Varicose Vein Glue method is also known. A medical agent with an adhesive effect is injected directly into the vein. No anesthesia is required during the procedure. Only the area where the vein is to be drilled is locally anesthetized. The surgeon detects the vein above the knee. It then enters the vein with a special needle and a catheter. The adhesive is squeezed into the vessel with a pump. Moves through the vein. This special substance enters a chemical reaction when mixed with blood and coagulates the blood. Local pressure is applied to the area where the procedure is performed. The clot is fixed and the vessel is adhered. This causes the vessel to dry out. After making sure that the vein is completely dry, the process is terminated. The entire processing time is only 15 minutes.

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