Classical Phlebectomy by Stripping is often subject to general anesthesia, requiring long hospitalization and a long recovery period. But, Ambulatory phlebectomy is an outpatient procedure for bulging, varicose veins that are close to the surface of the skin which can be removed through small incisions.
Incision & Hook Insertion
Dissection & Hooked
Ligation & Remove
After consulting, check again for factors such as DVT through Doppler ultrasound. The area to be operated on is determined after consultation and marked.
If you want sleep anesthesia, you should fast for six hours.
Although surgery varies depending on the region and the degree of surgery, it usually takes about one to two hours.
Further additional sclerotherapy of small vessels takes longer.
Rest in a private recovery room with legs raised for about 2~3 hours.
After confirming that no further treatment is needed, you walk home.
The next day, you’ll have to unwrap it, put on a compression stocking, and a week later, the stitches will be removed.