Zulekha Hospital Offers Latest Treatment for Varicose Veins

  • Zulekha Hospital Offers Latest Treatment for Varicose Veins

Zulekha Hospital is using the latest Endovenus Laser Treatment(ELT) for varicose capillaries to completely alleviate the pain triggered to people by this usual problem that has a growing prevalence in the UAE.

Worldwide, it is approximated that around 20% of all adults get varicose veins eventually in their lives, according to the United States National Library of Medicine. Although widespread in older people, if neglected at a beginning the condition could trigger excruciating and incapacitating impacts from swelling in the legs.

Zulekha Hospital facility has efficiently treated a variety of individuals with the minimally intrusive and pain-free ELT which can be completed in HALF AN HOUR to a hr without any reoccurrence of the problem. Patients can be confessed as out-patients for the procedure and walk out of health center within the exact same day.

41 years of age Mr. Islam Gul Hakeem Khan was treated at Zulekha Hospital Sharjah after his mobility was increasingly being affected by exacerbated discomfort in his legs. He was diagnosed by Expert General Surgeon Dr Priya Devadas with numerous dilated blood vessels in his right and left reduced limbs who advised and efficiently executed ELT with assistance from Radiologist Dr. Sonali Mathur and Dr. Dhanashri Samadhan Patil. Dr. Devadas explains, "Previously, specialists utilized the open Trendelenburg treatment to deal with varicose blood vessels where an incision is made on the thigh and the full vein is gotten rid of. It could be painful and called for the individual to be in the medical facility for 1 or 2 days.

"Now, with the current ELT we are able to deal with the veins with this minimally invasive pain-free procedure that can be done as an out-patient surgery. It is fantastic to see the immediate relief really felt by clients like Mr Khan who had been enduring such wonderful pain from varicose veins.

In women, it is most frequently noticed that the first occurrence of varicose veins is during pregnancy. In a current situation at Zulekha Health center Sharjah, a 35 year old woman was successfully treated with ELT after she endured varicose capillaries following four maternities.

The problem could also be a combination of 2 aspects - hormone-related changes in the body's tissue and weight gain makings it harder for the blood in the leg veins to recede to the heart effectively. In some clients, being obese likewise boosts pressure in the legs and blood vessels, which could increase the threat of varicose capillaries.

In the ultrasound-guided ELT a catheter birthing a laser fiber is inserted under ultrasound advice right into the great saphenous vein (GSV) or small saphenous capillary (SSV) through a tiny puncture and the vein is wiped out. ELT is also made use of to treat hemorrhoids, fistula, and the pilonidal sinus illness. Very rare problems could include Deep Blood vessel Thrombosis (DVT).

If left unattended, varicose veins can lead to several threats consisting of rupturing, inner blood loss because of small injuries, color changes, abscess formations, chronic pain, deformity, trouble in walking and constant loss of blood.

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