Since the therapy with bioadhesive VenaSeal (vein glue) is performed in a very uncomplicated and tissue-friendly way, no special aftercare is necessary. There is also no need for medication or compression stockings.
What must I pay attention to after VenaSeal bioadhesive (vein glue) treatment?
Are there any side effects of treatment with VenaSeal bioadhesive (vein glue)?
A mild side effect could be a short-term inflammatory reaction caused by the initial contact of the lymph with VenaSeal bioadhesive (vein glue). However, it is easy to remedy the situation with cooling bandages. In addition, there is a short-term increase in inflammatory parameters in laboratory chemical control.
FAQ - Frequently asked questions about VenaSeal (vein glue)
The VenaSeal Closure System is a medical technology for the treatment of varicose veins. This procedure closes the vein and redirects blood to alternative veins. The adhesive is specially formulated to be safe and effective and was approved by the FDA in 2015.
VenaSeal works by injecting Cyanoacrylate bioadhesive into the affected vein, which seals the vein and redirects blood to alternative veins.
The duration of a VenaSeal treatment depends on the number of veins to be treated. As a rule, one treatment lasts between 45 minutes to one hour.
Most patients can return to work within a safe 24 hours. It is recommended to rest after the treatment and refrain from strenuous physical activities.
Most patients experience the VenaSeal treatment with little to no pain.
Most patients see improvement in their varicose veins within one to two weeks. However, the full results may or may not be visible for several weeks or months.
VenaSeal is a safe and effective method of treating varicose veins. The adhesive used in the treatment is FDA (Food and Drug Administration of the USA) approved and is extremely safe in clinical trials.