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Dr. Smile Medical Group Launches Africa’s First Vein Center in Addis Ababa, Marking CHIVA’s Debut on the Continent.

Copyright@VENOUS UPDATE. All Rights Reserved. Dr. Smile Medical Group, a trailblazer in varicose veins treatment, opens its inaugural vein center in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, expanding its world-class medical services. The event marks the successful completion of Africa's first CHIVA treatment for varicose veins, showcasing the group's innovation and dedication to…

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Application of the CHIVA Strategy to Large-Diameter Saphenous Veins

Background: The CHIVA (Cure Conservatrice et Hemodynamique de l’Insufficience Veineuse en Ambulatoire) is a conservative outpatient treatment strategy for chronic venous disease (CVD) that preserves the superficial venous system. A modified two-stage strategy is employed for patients with a great saphenous vein (GSV) diameter ≥9 mm, aiming to decrease the…

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Innovative Treatment Liberates the Elderly from Varicose Veins

Abstract: Venous varicose veins represent a common vascular condition, with increased prevalence among the elderly population. In this report, we present the case of a 91-year-old Chinese who, due to advanced age and resistance to surgical intervention, had been struggling with venous varicosities for over four decades. Upon a local…

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How soon can I take a shower after CHIVA treatment?

HOME > Health Information CHIVA treatment is revolutionizing the approach to varicose vein management, offering a minimally invasive alternative to traditional surgical procedures. One common question that arises among individuals undergoing CHIVA treatment is when they can safely take a shower after the procedure. In this article, we will explore the…

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The Safety and Efficacy of Closure Glue Treatment for Varicose Veins

HOME > Health Information Endovenous glue treatment is a new method for treating varicose veins. It involves injecting glue (n-butyl cyanoacrylate) into the main trunk of the great saphenous vein to seal the vein, replacing traditional laser or radiofrequency ablation techniques. The endovenous glue treatment technique, initially introduced by Medtronic with…

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Why do children rarely have varicose veins on their legs?

HOME > Health Information Children have relatively healthy venous systems with good elasticity and adaptability. Their veins are relatively small, with lower pressure, and their valve function has not undergone prolonged blood flow impact. In addition, children usually have more active lifestyles, which promotes blood circulation and muscle contraction, helping to…

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