Pain Syndrome in Varicosity under the Influence of Endovenous Laser Ablation

Yu.O. Siniachenko, Yu.V. Melekhovets

Abstract


Parallel, with endovasal (endovenous) laser ablation, crossectomy increases analgesic efficacy of surgical treatment for varicose veins of the lower extremities in the early sta­ges of patients’ follow-up (in 1 week). Integral dynamics of physical and chemical parameters of the adsorption-rheological pro­perties of venous blood in patients with crossectomy and without it don’t have any distinctions, and regardless of crossectomy was made, normalization of parameters of the surface viscosity and elasticity, viscoelasticity modulus is occurred by the first month after endovenous laser coagulation, and the values of the bulk viscosity and the surface relaxation are improved. Endovenous laser ablation with low-power radiation of 10 watts and less than in 4 weeks after the surgery exceeds the analgesic efficacy of a surgical treatment for varicose veins of the lower extremities with radiation of 15 watts, and at the same time helps to reduce the relaxation properties of venous blood serum, and integral parameters of adsorption-rheological properties of serum depend on the influence of laser energy on the stripping length and luminal area.


Keywords


varicosity; veins; pain; treatment; endovenous laser ablation

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22141/2224-1507.1.17.2015.79021

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