Recent Articles About Vein Health
If my patient only has visible signs of spider veins (according to your CEAP chart) what's the likelihood they may have underlying venous disease?
The Edinburgh Vein Study published in 1999 in the British Medical Journal estimated that over 80% of the total population
Veins and pregnancy: How long should a patient wait come to CVR?
Veins and Pregnancy It is reported that more than 40 percent of pregnant women experience problems with varicose veins of the
Difference between vein stripping and the procedures CVR performs?
Vein stripping is a surgical procedure usually performed under general anesthesia in the hospital setting to remove diseased saphenous veins
Medications and Vein Treatment: What you Need to Know
Q: Will a patient need to be taken off any regular medication prior to receiving vein treatment? Prior to receiving vein
Summer Heat Hurts When You Suffer with Venous Disease
Every summer thousands of people stay in the heat of the Arizona desert but still get out for boating, hiking and fun in the sun. But people with vein problems can be acutely affected in the summer, both physically and emotionally.
Internal and Family Medicine and Vein Disease
If chronic venous disease is left untreated, it can progress to a more serious form of venous disease. Signs and
Understanding Post Thrombotic Syndrome
By Gautam Shrikhande, MD In patients with deep venous thrombosis (DVT), the most significant immediate concern is that of pulmonary embolus.
New Treatment Methods in Phlebology
New Treatment Methods in Phlebology By Robert C. Kiser, DO, MSPH Phlebology is a rapidly advancing branch of medicine. It has been
Maintaining the Quality in Venous Care
Over the course of the last few years, the world of venous care has evolved at a staggering pace. There