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Efficient laser treatment of varicose veins

Treatment of varicose veins using laser technology, which received the name in Russian EVLO (endovasal laser obliteration) and in Western Europe and the United States – EVLT (Endovenous Laser Treatment), is the most modern, efficient and less traumatic method. Using EVLO in foreign clinics (in the last decade) and Russian (past few years) is expanding year by year. This is due to the fact that the possibilities of laser technology in combination with simple and reliable medical technology (EVLO) in most cases, allow the patient to get better than surgery result without hospitalization, anesthesia and pain.

In the later stages of the disease used surgery. Correctly executed transaction allows not only to eliminate all manifestations of varicose veins, but also to prevent its occurrence in the future.

Modern laser technology to treat varicose veins is not only the optimum wavelength (1470 nm), but the optimum range of the fiber. According to recent studies, the use of laser treatments for the radial light guide provides uniform “closing” the veins of any diameter without any side effects.

Application of laser Vein due to:

  • Reducing the frequency of postoperative complications
  • Ensuring coagulation, lower blood loss
  • Minimal risk to the patient
  • High temperatures in the impact area of the beam sterilizes wounds
  • Reduction of post-operative period and the period of treatment

  Worth noting is also the main advantages of using laser in modern phlebology:

  • The high efficiency of the method (full relief from varicose veins in 98% of patients)
  • Excellent cosmetic effect
  • Complete ambulatory
  • No loss of performance

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