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VENOUS DISEASE

A COMPREHENSIVE OVERVIEW OF VENOUS DISEASE AND ITS SYMPTOMS WE'VE GOT THE SOLUTION There's no need to simply accept your condition.
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WHAT IS VENOUS DISEASE?

image of a super highway Imagine, if you will, veins as a busy superhighway, but a highway whose traffic, or, in this case blood depleted of oxygen is traveling in only one direction back from the body's extremities to the heart and lungs. Since the heart alone is not capable of pumping the used blood all the way back to the heart and lungs, the blood returning from the capillary beds is also pushed along by healthy vein valves and the pumping action of the calf muscle. superficial venous system

Slide Image showing healthy veins and diseased veins. A CLOSER LOOK
AT VENOUS DISEASE
In this classic illustration you can clearly see how CVI "Chronic Venous Insuficiancy" causes blood to “pool” or collect in the veins; this pooling is known as stasis.

Slide Venous reflux disease develops when the valves that keep blood flowing out of the legs and back to the heart become damaged or diseased. Causing vein valves to spread further apart and ultimately losing their ability to close properly, leading to the following symptoms:


Painful/aching legs
Leg and/or ankle swelling
Heaviness and fatigue
Cramping or Restless legs
Varicose and/or Spider Veins
Skin changes
Leg ulcers

Just ONE of these symptoms is an indication for an ultrasound exam!


CLASSIFICATION OF CVD: CEAP CLASS 0-6
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Slide Deep Vein Thrombosis What factors contribute to venous disease? • Family History (#1)
• Female
• Obesity
• Multiple Pregnancies
• Standing/Strenuous Occupations
• Age Blood Clots

Slide Crowd of people or friends runs to sunset sea. Concept shows the joy of being free from Venous Disease THE SOLUTION FREEDOM IS ONE SIMPLE MINIMALLY INVASIVE PROCEEDURE AWAY

Slide There is now a minimally invasive out-patient procedure called a venous ablation. The patient will have no down time and the procedure involves only a 2 mm incision that doesn't even require stitches. The patient will experience very minimal discomfort and may resume normal activities same day. IMAGE OF ClosureFast™ Procedure

Slide dr claudia rios datta Angie Gardner is a very talented and knowledgeable RVT . I truly enjoy working with her and I was most impressed by her willingness to teach and great communication skills. Dr. Claudia Rios-Datta - New York Dr. Claudia Rios-Datta - New York

Slide Angies expertise goes beyond that of most registered vascular technologists. She knows how to find the source of the problem and where the treatment recommended will work best. Complex cases such as incompetent perforators, difficult vascular access points, and tortuous anatomy are no problem with her help. And patients love her! Dr Denise P Abernethy Dr Denise P Abernethy