Varicose Veins

As the incidence of hemodialysis increases worldwide and with renal/kidney failure patients living longer. Adequate dialysis access management has become imperative. This helps in keeping access sites viable for long-term dialysis treatments.Hemodialysis is a method of routing blood through a dialysis machine. A dialysis machine filters the blood to remove waste. It is a lifeline for the majority of patients...

Millions of men and women live with embarrassing appearance of spider veins. Now, with the minimally-invasive technique called sclerotherapy, they don’t have to.Spider veins (not to be confused with varicose veins) are dilated or stretched blood vessels. This blood vessels have a branching pattern. Often found on the thigh, lower leg and occasionally on the face. Spider veins are progressive...

The more than 40 million people in the United States that suffer from varicose veins are finding relief will a minimally invasive treatment called radiofrequency (RF) technology that seals the affected veins with low-temperate radiofrequency energy.Radiofrequency (RF) endovenous ablation is one of several minimally invasive treatments for varicose veins. The RF procedure involves the use of ultrasound to guide a...