Venaseal ("Glue)"

The medical vein sealant (glue) is introduced to the vein via the microcatheter or directly with a needle. Then the vein is closed within a few minutes. The procedure is "cold" so there is no risk of damaging adjacent structures. Also, as the closure is instant, there is no need to wear compression stockings if the procedure is not accompanied by ultrasound guided sclerotherapy.

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