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VEINEO® Endovenous Radiofrequency

A safe and easy procedure for the treatment of varicose veins


VEINEO®, Radiofrequency treatment of varicose veins

The VEINEO® procedure uses the principle of radiofrequency thermocoagulation to treat varicose veins. It is a minimally invasive technique based on the emission of high frequency electromagnetic waves (4MHz).

A catheter is inserted into the vein and the radiofrequency energy is transmitted to the vein through the catheter tip. The energy will heat and ablate the vein wall, thus seal the vein along its full length.

The 4 phases of thermocoagulation:

  1. Ionic agitation
  2. Vaporization and dehydration of the vein wall tissue
  3. Denaturation of proteins
  4. Coagulation by thermal destruction

The thermal effect around the catheter tip has a 3 mm action radius, thus avoiding damage to surrounding tissue, muscles, or nerves.

The VEINEO® procedure can be performed in a day-case or outpatient setting. The intervention only takes a few minutes with minimal discomfort for the patient, allowing a speedy return to daily activities.


Main features of VEINEO® System:

  • Quick and minimally invasive procedure
  • Suitable for all skin types
  • Local effect
  • No hyperpigmentation
  • Speedy return to daily activities
  • Quick relief from symptoms
  • High aesthetic result
  • Suitable procedure for all types of varicose veins (Perforating veins, collateral veins, varicose veins, Petechia, rosacea, small and large venous veins, Great Saphenous Vein)


CE  1304

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VEINEO www.fcaresystems.com
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