Venaseal: Sealing the Deal on Venous Disease Treatment

Published On: November, 29, 2023

Venaseal: Sealing the Deal on Venous Disease Treatment

When it comes to addressing varicose veins, the VenaSeal™ closure system, with its approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), offers a fresh and effective approach. Unlike conventional methods, this minimally invasive procedure employs a unique medical adhesive to permanently seal problematic superficial veins. In this blog post, we will delve into the intricacies of the VenaSeal™ system, its noteworthy advantages, and why it stands out as a secure and user-friendly option for treating varicose veins.

Understanding the Mechanics of the VenaSeal Sapheon Closure System

The VenaSeal™ Sapheon Closure System represents a groundbreaking approach to managing varicose veins, also known as venous reflux disease. Here’s a closer look at how it operates:

Minimally Invasive Technique: The procedure commences with a medical professional using ultrasound guidance to navigate a small catheter through a minor access point in the skin and into the affected vein.

Application of Medical Adhesive: The VenaSeal  dispenser then administers a minute quantity of medical adhesive to seal the vein. This adhesive effectively closes the troublesome vein, preventing further reflux.

Immediate Blood Rechanneling: Once the problematic vein is sealed, the body promptly reroutes blood flow through other healthy veins in the leg.

The Distinct Advantages of VenaSeal™

VenaSeal presents several distinct benefits when compared to traditional varicose vein treatments:

No Anesthesia or Needle Sticks: Unlike certain alternative treatments that necessitate tumescent anesthesia, involving multiple needle sticks, VenaSeal™ is virtually painless and does not involve injecting anesthesia into the leg.

No Pre-Procedural Drugs: Patients can resume their regular activities immediately after the procedure, as there are no pre-procedure drugs involved.

No Risk of Burns or Nerve Damage: Unlike procedures that rely on heat, VenaSeal  eliminates the risk of skin burns or nerve damage, ensuring a safer experience.

Minimal Post-Treatment Discomfort: In most cases, patients do not require post-treatment pain medication or uncomfortable compression stockings, making the recovery process considerably more comfortable.

A Unique and Secure Approach

The VenaSeal™ closure system is the sole non-tumescent, non-thermal, non-sclerosant procedure that utilizes a proprietary medical adhesive administered endovenously to seal the vein. This distinctive approach offers several significant advantages:

Reduction of Nerve Injury Risk: Unlike procedures that rely on thermal methods, VenaSeal™ significantly reduces the risk of nerve injury, particularly when treating the small saphenous vein.

Proven Clinical Safety and Efficacy: Clinical studies have consistently shown that the VenaSeal™ procedure is both safe and effective for treating varicose veins.

For those in search of a safe and minimally invasive solution for varicose veins, the VenaSeal™ closure system presents a promising option. With its unique medical adhesive approach, absence of anesthesia, and minimal post-treatment discomfort, VenaSeal™ distinguishes itself as a convenient and effective choice for permanently addressing varicose veins. Bid farewell to the discomfort of venous reflux disease and welcome a future characterized by health and freedom from pain with VenaSeal™.

“Bringing Experts Together for Unparalleled Vein and Vascular Care”

La Jolla Vein & Vascular (formerly La Jolla Vein Care) is committed to bringing experts together for unparalleled vein and vascular care. 

Nisha Bunke, MD, Sarah Lucas, MD, and Amanda Steinberger, MD are specialists who combine their experience and expertise to offer world-class vascular care. 

Our accredited center is also a nationally known teaching site and center of excellence. 

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