Venous Disease

Patient Treatment

How VenaSeal Works

The VenaSeal Sapheon Closure System is a unique, minimally invasive treatment that uses a safe-for-the-body medical glue to quickly and effectively treat varicose veins (venous reflux disease). Using ultrasound, a doctor will guide a tiny catheter through a small access site in the skin and into the diseased area of the vein. Next, the VenaSeal dispenser delivers a very small amount of medical glue to close the vein. Once the affected vein is closed, blood is immediately re-routed through other healthy veins in the leg.

Unlike other treatments, VenaSeal does not require anaesthesia to be injected into the leg via multiple needle sticks (tumescent anesthesia), and because there are no pre-procedures drugs involved, patients can return to their normal activities right after the treatment. Unlike heat-based procedures, with VenaSeal there is no risk of skin burns or nerve damage. VenaSeal usually does not require any post-treatment pain medication or uncomfortable compression stockings.1

Ask your physician for a full explanation of the possible complications and benefits of the VenaSeal Sapheon Closure System.

  1. Clinical Study: Cyanoacrylate Glue Great Saphenous Vein Ablation: First In Man Feasibility Study of a No-compression, No local Anesthesia Technique: Jose Almeida, Julian J. Javier, Ed Mackay, Claudia Bautista, Thomas Proebstle


There is a growing number of clinicians in Ireland from whom VenaSeal is now available. Please click on the link below to find your nearest clinician.

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