|Aethoxysklerol injection 5x2ml Syringes||
Aethoxysklerol injection is a sterilized liquid that is used for varicose vein treatments. Aethoxysklerol injections are inoculated into varicose veins with a view to close the affected vein and shrink the blood vessel. Aethoxysklerol injections function by breaking up the lining of the varicose veins into which they are inoculated and simultaneously stopping the flow of blood. Pressure is then applied to the affected area by compression bandaging. This closes the varicose vein and enables the body to form a fibrous scar. In fact, varicose veins are actually veins that become widened and tortuous. Generally, varicose veins found on the legs, but they may be found at other parts of the body too.
The enlarged or varicose veins have a high potential for causing deep vein thrombosis. This consequence of varicose veins can be fatal. The less fatal but threatening effect of varicose veins is the damage they can cause to the tiny valves present in the veins of the leg. By damaging these valves one would experience swelling of the limbs and high pressure when the limb is in a dependant position (in standing or sitting). Hence, the patient usually has skin complaints and an urge to scratch the areas affected producing ulcers in the skin. In extreme cases, patients resort to varicose vein removal through painful surgeries. However, several non-surgical remedies such as varicose vein treatment too are available and this includes treatments such as Aethoxysklerol injections, which have been in use since 1960. Here, it is pertinent to mention that use of Aethoxysklerol injections for varicose vein treatment is not an approved medical device in the United States but has been approved in many other countries.
Aethoxysklerol is administered by injecting the solution into the varicose vein and should always be inoculated by a doctor who has specially been trained in the appropriate methods for injecting varicose veins. The size of the varicose vein decides the exact dosage and variety of the Aethoxysklerol injection dilution and prior to injecting the medication, the leg must be lifted to a horizontal position or preferably lifted 30-45 degrees above the horizontal. A rigid compression bandage is applied after inoculation, covering the injection site.Soon after mounting the bandage, the patient is asked to walk for 30 minutes in the surgery room.?? Depending on the size of the varicose veins treated, the duration of which the bandage is to be worn could range form several days to weeks. It is pertinent to mention here that the success of varicose vein treatment is dependent on the methodical and cautious follow-up compression treatment.Normally, varicose vein patients are not given too much of medication. If a patient is suffering from large varicose veins, he or she will be treated in a number of sessions. Always consult with your doctor before ordering Aethoxysklerol online and Aethoxysklerol injections should only be used by licensed medical professionals with experience in varicose vein treatment.
It is advisable not to take Aethoxysklerol injections if you are allergic to Laureth-9 as it may lead to breathing problems, swelling of the face, lips and different body organs, skin rashes and itching. Patients suffering from varicose vein problems should also not take Aethoxysklerol injections if he or she is unable to walk, is suffering from acute heart ailments asthma, lung ailments, diabetes and blood pressure. Women should avoid Aethoxysklerol injections if they are taking oral contraceptive pills. Aethoxysklerol injections are also not recommended during pregnancy and nursing. Patients above the age of 75 years and in ill health should also avoid taking Aethoxysklerol injections. In any case, inform your doctor about these problems and seek his or her advice before taking Aethoxysklerol injections for varicose vein treatment or buying Aethoxysklerol online.
Aethoxysklerol Side Effects
Like any other medications, inoculation of Aethoxysklerol injections too may have undesirable aftereffects in a few patients suffering from varicose veins. Injecting Aethoxysklerol has caused pigmentation or blood blisters at the injection site, pain or inflammation along the veins injected and/or formation of blood clots. In some cases, varicose vein patients have even experienced heart problems, breathing tribulations, vomiting, visual disorders, taste sensations and even fever and headache. Injecting Aethoxysklerol may also cause inflammation on the vein surface and casualty of local tissues if it is accidentally inoculated in adjacent tissues instead of the varicose vein. Most common symptoms are not life threatening and subside within 7-10 days. If you experience any of the above problems following the administration of Aethoxysklerol injection, contact your physician immediately.