Saphenion®: long-time results of vein glue

Saphenion®: long-time results of vein glue – has been published by us in regular succession for 10 years and aims to compare international publications on the subject with our own experiences and to remain meaningful. Our patients are now very well informed about this therapy method for varicose veins, which has been offered for 11 years. After this time of use, we have so far treated 2082 patients on 4281 saphenous veins: The Closure Rate is 96,21%!

Saphenion®: VenaSeal® Stammkrampfader in 11 Minuten – Sealing of varicose veins in 11 minutes

Das Venenkleben hat sich in den letzten 13 Jahren weltweit etabliert. Auch in Deutschland arbeiten inzwischen ca. 30 Venenzentren nach dieser vergleichsweise neuen – aber auch wieder nicht so neuem – Methode. Der Biokleber ist in seinen Grundbestandteilen bereits seit Beginn der 60er Jahre im Einsatz in nahezu allen operativen Disziplinen.

Saphenion®: Berlin a center for vascular surgery

Saphenion®: Berlin a center for vascular surgery – The beginning: The development of vascular surgery on a scientific basis only began in the last third of the 19th. century. It is true that the Greeks, Romans, and Arabia as well as at the time of the European Renaissance carried out experiments on the „blood-carrying tubes of the human being“ and described some therapeutic procedures for hemostasis and removal of dilated veins.
Berlin surgeons made a major contribution to the formation and development of vascular surgery – particularly to the treatment of varicose veins. At the beginning of the 20th century, the city of Berlin began to develop into a center for the new field of „vascular surgery“.

Saphenion® – 100 months VenaSeal® glue

In August 2012 we started with the VenaSeal® system as the third practice in Germany (after Dr Pröbstle, Mannheim and Dr Ahlm, Hamburg). The reason for this change of therapy was the opening of our second practice location Saphenion® Vein Center Rostock on August 1st, 2012. We wanted to get away from anaesthesia and extensive anaesthesia, so the VenaSeal® – system seemed to us to be a very good alternative, as it does not work with thermal energy. From the beginning, we kept comprehensive statistics on the technique of the method, the successes and failures, side effects and complications, and pain and convalescence. After the ever-greater experience with the new system, this also led to adjustments and therapy extensions.