How sclerotherapy is performed with foam
The sclerotherapy solution consists in introducing chemical product into the diseased vein. Once it has been injected into the vein, the foam displaces the blood and comes in direct contact with the walls of the affected vessel, sealing or drying the dilated venous ducts, thus achieving desorption and subsequent disappearance, obtaining a greater effect with respect to other procedures.
It is used in thick varicose veins and medium-calibre varicose veins. Sclerotherapy recovery with foam achieves very good effects but at a lower cost compared to other methods, it can be applied directly to the vein or through Doppler ultrasound.
The laser vein treatment has only been indicated in more advanced cases, the rest sclerotherapy with foam has been shown as an effective, revolutionary and lower cost method for the treatment of varicose veins.
Side effects of sclerotherapy with foam
Despite being a procedure with very good results, there have been cases in which there are some sclerotherapy side effects, however they are not very significant, and among the most frequent we have:
In addition, sclerotherapy with foam is contraindicated in:
Complications of sclerotherapy with foam
Sclerotherapy with foam despite being a treatment with excellent results if done proper care after sclerotherapy, like many procedures can have complications , although they are not many but no less important and that is why we will mention it in the following section: