Venaseal surgery - glue for veins

What it means? How does it help? And is it worth using this method?

The biological adhesive method is a modern method of treating diseased veins in the legs, in which the vein wall is glued, closed, and undergoes a process of degeneration, disintegrates, is absorbed and disappears.

Also in this method, as in the laser, radio and steam methods, it is not necessary to remove the veins to relieve the veins with venous insufficiency, and it is enough to “close” them to eliminate the symptoms, so that the vein undergoes a process of absorption and disappears over time.

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Venasel surgery, is it so innovative?

Significantly reduced suffering compared to other methods!

Unlike the biological glue method, laser surgery, radio waves and steam are methods based on the high temperature they produce, following which the vein is damaged, closes and goes out of action.

In these methods, in order to prevent damage of tissues adjacent to the patient’s area, local anesthesia is required around the vein and along its entire length to isolate it from the environment. Using these methods sometimes causes trauma to the tissues surrounding the vein, which can lead to edema and pain and rarely – damage to sensory nerves, nerve pain or temporary loss of sensation.

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Venasel surgery, How it works?

What is done during the surgery?

The advantage of the biological adhesive method is that the operation is performed without the use of high temperature and without anesthesia around the treated vein. After inserting a thin tube into the diseased vein, a biological adhesive is injected through it that sticks to the vein wall and closes them permanently. The biological adhesive, cyanoacrylate, is injected into a vein using a device called the Venaseal Closure System.

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1. Inject a tube into a vein.

The first step in surgery after local anesthesia of the source of the tube entry is insertion of the tube into the problematic vein. This insertion is a bit painful only at the insertion point and there is no need for local anesthesia along the entire length of the vein.

2. Gluing the inside of the vein.

The second step in surgery is gluing the inside of the vein. After infection, the vein undergoes a process of absorption and disappears over time.

3. Removing the tube

Removing the small tube from the patient’s body.

4. Regular follow-up for treatment

After surgery, follow-up should be performed to make sure that the body has undergone an absorption process and has disappeared properly.


Some questions that you probably would want to ask:

The treatment is intended for veins that are in a state of venous insufficiency, and not for capillaries on the skin surface, which are only a cosmetic problem.

The treatment itself is performed under sedation, and is not painful at all. During the anesthesia, local anesthesia is performed in the operated areas, so even after the patient wakes up, he does not feel pain.

Prior to surgery, make sure that the patient is not sensitive to the substances injected into a vein.

No need for fasting before the operation, no need for an infusion, no need for the use of elastic stockings after the operation and the patient can return almost immediately to his daily activities.

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