NEW, GENTLE TREATMENT METHOD FOR VARICOSE VEINS
ClariVein is a special catheter designed for the treatment of venous insufficiency, i.e. varicose veins. The ClariVein treatment catheter is inserted into the vein via a small needle prick in the skin. The catheter is thinner than many other devices used for intravenous treatments and therefore the needle used for introducing the catheter is also smaller. The tip of the thin catheter rotates and damages the vein wall. At the same time, the tip applies a drug on the surface of the vein and the vein starts to shrink.
The duration of the procedure is approximately 45 minutes. You can go home after a short monitoring period.
After the treatment, you must wear compression stockings for a few days. The duration of sick leave after ClariVein treatment is 1-3 days.