The rapid advancement of medical technology makes enlarged leg veins (varicose veins) possible to apply much more effective and safer methods of treating. Vein adhesives is one of the newest and most innovative methods of vein treatment. The vein is glued and healed using biological adhesives (biocides). The procedure is performed by Paulius Mocevičius, MD, Vascular Surgeon. 

Benefits of the procedure

Treatment of varicose veins with biological a is one of the most advanced and modern methods. After this procedure, the pain and swelling in the legs are reduced. 

This procedure is minimally invasive and has a low risk of tissue and nerve damage. After the procedure, you can get to a normal life routine immediately. 

No compression therapy (wearing elastic bandages or elastic stockings) is required after venous treatment with biocides.

Who is eligible for this procedure?

  • Treatment with biocides is performed after the diagnosis of venous varicose veins. 

Who is not eligible for this procedure?

  • Allergic reactions, especially to acrylic.
  • Patients with immunosuppressive conditions.
  • Individuals with a severely weakened, exhausted body.
  • It will be up to the doctor to decide whether the procedure is right for you.

Course of the procedure

1. Consultation with a vascular surgeon is required before the procedure, as well as ultrasound, blood test, or other procedures prescribed by the doctor.

2. A small device is injected into the damaged vein to inject biological adhesives. The vein is glued when pressed mechanically. Then the blood chooses to flow into the heart through intact and healthy veins. 

3. The procedure takes place under the control of ultrasound. After the procedure, it is recommended to walk more to avoid blood clots.