What can we solve?
Do you suffer from varicose veins or other diseases of the vascular system? Our department will make sure that your health problems disappear, including any cosmetic consequences.
You can come to our department with a wide range of diseases of the vascular system, both veins and arteries. In particular, we focus on vascular problems of the lower limbs. Most often, patients come to us with varicose veins (varicose veins).
We can cosmetically remove both new and recurrent varicose veins. We are developing new gentle methods also for patients who have already been refused further surgery somewhere, or do not want to undergo surgery under general anaesthesia with several days in hospital.
The main advantage of our department lies in the ability to remove varices without the need for general anesthesia, without hospitalization and with a good aesthetic result. Only a very short recovery period is required after our procedures.
- The phlebectomy method is a minimally invasive method that gently removes the affected veins of the lower limbs - venous connections and varices. The procedure is performed on an outpatient basis under local anaesthesia, without the need for general anaesthesia and without the need for incapacity for work.
- The ClariVein method is a minimally invasive method that gently removes the origin of varicose veins of the lower limbs. The operation is performed in the area of superficial veins - large or small sphenoid. As part of the operation, the affected varicose veins can also be removed - the so-called phlebectomy. The procedure is performed on an outpatient basis without the need for general anaesthesia, only under local anaesthesia and without the need for incapacity for work.
The EVLA method - laser ablation is a minimally invasive method that gently removes the cause of varicose veins in the lower limbs. The operation is performed in the range of a large or small sphenoid. The procedure may also include the removal of individual varicose veins using the phlebectomy method. The procedure is performed on an outpatient basis under local anaesthesia, without the need for general anaesthesia and without the need for incapacity for work.
First, the injection site will be anaesthetised using local anaesthesia. Under ultrasound control, a cannula will be inserted into the vein to be treated and a thin catheter will be inserted. The tip of the catheter emits a laser beam, which leads to a reactionary contraction of the vessel and its closure. In order to numb the area around the vein to be treated and to protect the surrounding tissues from thermal damage, numbing must be carried out by injecting a solution into the surrounding area of several
- Sclerotherapy is a procedure that is recommended if you suffer from microvessels, i.e. smaller red or blue veins with a diameter of 1-4 mm. The treatment consists of injecting a special substance directly into the vein with a thin needle. The vein is chemically destroyed from the inside and then absorbed by your body. Sclerotherapy is used as an additional procedure during or after surgery. If the client has an isolated disability, only sclerotisation is performed, followed by a recommendation to wear elastic medical stockings of compression class II for a period of time that is determined individually according to the extent. Sclerotisation is also a procedure that is recommended to prevent further varicose enlargement.
We handle varicose vein surgery of the lower limbs in the whole range from classical surgery to the most gentle and minimally invasive methods. Within the minimally invasive methods, we offer removal of smaller varices and so-called scrotal varices without the need for surgical intervention using sclerotization or laser. All methods are complementary and build on each other so that we are able to remove all levels of varicosity in the shortest possible time period with the best possible aesthetic result.
We look forward to your visit and will do our best to make sure you leave VasMedic satisfied. If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us or book your appointment straight away.
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Who will help you?
MUDr. Libor Dvořáček, is a renowned specialist in venous and vascular surgery. MUDr. Dvořáček started as a general surgeon at the hospital in Opočno and after his certification he started to devote himself fully to vascular surgery at the Na Homolce Hospital. During his career to date, he has completed several foreign internships at renowned vascular centres, for example in Houston, USA and Strasbourg, France.
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|Initial examination: It usually includes an interview, taking a personal history, a clinical examination (looking, feeling, listening), a summary of the diagnosis and recommendations for treatment or||CZK 2 500|
|Sonographic examination of both limbs||CZK 2 000|
|Sonographic examination of one limb||CZK 1 000|
|Control examination||CZK 500|
|Follow-up examination after more than 6 months||CZK 500|
|Sclerotisation - one limb||CZK 2 500|
|Sclerotisation - both limbs||CZK 5 000|
|Ligature.v.perf. (ligation of the vein or perforator)||from CZK 2 500|
|Removal of varicose veins ClariVein® + cosmetic mini-phlebectomy - one limb||CZK 25 000|
|ClariVein® Varicose Vein Removal + Cosmetic Miniphlebectomy - both limbs||CZK 38 000|
|Miniflebectomy (outpatient removal of varicose veins) - one limb||CZK 12 000|
|Miniflebectomy (outpatient removal of varicose veins) - both limbs||CZK 20 000|
|EVLA (laser ablation + cosmetic removal of varicose veins) - one limb||CZK 18 000|
|EVLA (laser ablation + cosmetic removal of varicose veins) - both limbs||CZK 31 000|
|Bonding of cores with VenaSeal||CZK 55 000|
|Laser treatment of limbs - removal of dilated veins - 1 limb||from CZK 2 000|
|Laser treatment of the face - removal of enlarged veins - broomsticks||from CZK 2 000|