Radiofrequency Closure

Venefit or closurefast procedure in Yuma, Arizona.

  

VNUS ClosureFast

 

 

 

At Vein Center of Arizona patient safety is a priority and thus we would never use a reusable catheter. We use only single use throw away catheters at all of our facilities. This may increase our cost but we think you are worth every penny.

 

 

Venefit

 

Targeted Endovenous Therapy

 

Formerly known as the VNUS Closure™ procedure. New name, same proven results.

 

The Venefit™ procedure uses radiofrequency energy to precisely and effectively treat patients suffering from Chronic Venous Insufficiency (CVI). With less pain and bruising than alternative treatments, physicians can feel confident that a better patient experience is part of every Venefit procedure.1,2

 

More than 30 million people are undiagnosed with varicose veins or CVI*,3. Physicians can now help patients understand their condition and their treatment options.

 

 

 

Venefit Procedure

 

Previously called the ClosureFast procedure

 

Overview

 

 

 

Venefit™ Targeted Endovenous Therapy:

 

The most precise and effective radiofrequency (RF) ablation treatment for Chronic Venous Insufficiency (CVI)

 

The Venefit™ procedure is the only minimally invasive segmental radiofrequency (RF) ablation treatment that uses the Covidien ClosureFast™ Endovenous Radiofrequency Ablation (RFA) Catheter to collapse and close enlarged leg veins in patients with varicose veins and Chronic Venous Insufficiency (CVI). Varicose veins occur when valves in the leg veins, which carry the blood from the legs toward the heart, no longer function, causing blood to pool in the legs.

 

 

 

Progressive and Prevalent

 

Given the prevailing misconception that varicose veins are only a cosmetic issue, the majority of the over 30 million Americans affected by varicose veins or CVI do not seek or receive treatment.*,1 If varicose veins are left untreated, the condition can progress to CVI and result in symptoms that worsen over time, including pain, swelling and fatigue of the legs, as well as skin changes and ulcers in more severe cases.2

With only a fraction of those suffering from
varicose veins and CVI actually undergoing treatment, there is a huge opportunity for physicians to help patients understand their condition and their treatment options.

 

Advanced Treatment Solutions

 

In recent years, treatment options for CVI have advanced far beyond invasive procedures like vein stripping and ligation. With the Venefit procedure, patients experience less pain and bruising, and a faster recovery period compared to laser ablation.3,4 Physicians can feel confident that a better patient experience is part of the Venefit procedure.

 


 

 

  • * Statistics based on individuals over the age of 40
  • 1. Gloviczki P, et al. The care of patients with varicose veins and associated chronic diseases: clinical practice guidelines of the Society for Vascular Surgery and the American Venous Forum. JVS; May 2011.
  • 2. Venous Disease Coalition. "Chronic Venous Insufficiency | Venous Disease Coalition." Venous Disease Coalition | Promoting Public health Professional Awareness of Venous Disease. Venous Disease Coalition, 19 June 2010. Web. 09 Aug. 2011 http://www.venousdiseasecoalition.org/.
  • 3. Almeida JI, Kaufman J, Goekeritz O, et al. Radiofrequency Endovenous ClosureFAST versus Laser Ablation for the Treatment of Great Saphenous Reflux: A Multicenter, Single-Blinded, Randomized Study (Recovery Study). JVIR; June 2009. 2009 Recovery Study employed 980 nm laser.
  • 4. L. H. Rasmussen, M. Lawaetz, L. Bjoern, B. Vennits, A. Blemings and B. Eklof, Randomized Clinical Trial Comparing Endovenous Laser Ablation, Radiofrequency Ablation, Foam Sclerotherapy and Surgical Stripping for Great Saphenous Varicose Veins. British Journal of Surgery Society Ltd., Wiley Online Library, www.bjs.co.uk, March 15, 2011.

 

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