Varicose veins are swollen, twisted, or stretched veins caused by dysfunction of the valves of blood vessels. This will bring the blood back. Blood collects in the veins, and the veins become congested. When blood flow is disturbed, veins dilate and deform.
While the arteries carry blood from the heart to the tissues, the task of the veins is to have the so-called “back” blood from the tissues to the heart: the leg veins, therefore, must work against the force of gravity to allow the blood go back to the heart. To push the blood upwards and avoid, at the same time, its reflux downwards, it is necessary that the walls of the veins are elastic and that the venous valves function properly: when this mechanism is not perfect, the veins do not they can make blood flow back to the heart, and blood stagnations are created in the veins, causing the appearance of varicose veins.
CLaCS expand form is cryosclerotherapy and AR-guided cryolasers to treat telangiectasia, feeders, and small varicose veins. That led to the development of the group.
His CLaCS treatment of telangiectasia and feeder veins is not associated with perforated veins and saphenous reflux veins.
This is a medical technique for treating the combination of telangiectasia and the associated reticular veins that cause the lower extremities. Use the following features: AR visualization of feeder’s veins. Application of percutaneous laser energy to anterior feeding veins and telangiectasia. Injection of feeding veins and superficial telangiectasia with 75% dextrose-D75 (or another hardening agent at the doctor’s discretion). Applying cold air throughout the procedure prevents the skin from rising in temperature and numbness. Cooling the skin reduces pain with both laser sclerotherapy and injection sclerotherapy. The low initial temperature also helps protect the skin.
CLaCS technology aims to achieve the effect through a synergistic effect between percutaneous laser, infusion sclerotherapy, and skin cooling. Percutaneous lasers can perform selective photothermal decomposition (penetrating the skin, not damaging the skin, damaging veins).
The following is a detailed description of CLaCS technology.
Treatment; Feeder veins; Classification; Varicose veins are present in half of the adult population (50-50% of women, 40-50% of men), have symptoms of venous disease, and are estimated to have varicose veins in half.
Standard treatment often relieves clinical symptoms but does not produce the desired cosmetologically results. Effective therapies include treating veins and spider veins, especially the leg veins and unsightly blood vessels that affect the patient’s self-esteem and quality of life.
Vascular necrosis was induced by intense pulsed light that penetrated the skin according to selective photothermal degradation and was absorbed by the blood vessels.
The use of the laser followed the development of the IPL system. The laser was developed based on the concept of selected photo pyrolysis. Specific vascular injuries can be generated using a wavelength of light absorbed by the target and a pulse duration long enough to confine the thermal damage spatially. With augmented reality (AR) development, which identifies blood vessels under the skin, we initially performed venipuncture. Still, our group also decided to develop a technique for the treatment of varicose veins.0