SUPERFICIAL VENOUS INSUFFICIENCY
Functional risk is too often underestimated, both by patients and physicians, and by social insurance, with superficial venous reflux leading to trophic disorders and leg ulcers.
Venous insufficiency, however superficial, should in no case be considered as a purely aesthetic problem.
Its treatment must be undertaken in a functional and aesthetic design.
Mesotherapy significantly improves circulatory disorders of the lower limbs. For mesotherapy, mesotherapy essentially treats functional disorders: heavy and / or painful legs, edema, cramps but also varicosities, aiming to improve the comfort of life of the patients.
The mesodrain technique which uses veinotonic, vasodilator and anti-edematous mixtures induces an effect on the microcirculation and guarantees a remarkable efficiency on the venous insufficiency. The mesodrain is performed in superficial or epidermal nappe following the lateral and posterior vascular axes of the lower limbs.
Three syndromes that are frequently associated but can exist independently:
- Varicose veins: 30 to 60%
- Venous trophic disorders: 4 to 14%
- Venous symptoms: more than 50% of women and 20% of men
Chronic venous disorders may result from malformative syndromes or post-thrombotic disease, but most of them are said to be primitive, with no predominant cause, and indeed correspond to a multifactorial etiology, associating genetic factors and environmental factors.
TREATMENT OF VASCULAR PATHOLOGIES IN MESOTHERAPY
- Telangiectasia or varicose veins, heaviness, gravity, cramps, edema.
- Chronic vein-lymphatic insufficiency.
Pure venous insufficiency is accompanied by mechanical lymphatic insufficiency, which leads to:
• Increased pressure,
• Increased lymphatic stasis,
• Occurrence of water retention and edema.
MEDICINES USED IN MESOTHERAPY
• The DHE
• Homeopathic medicines
• Injectable Vitamin C
• Magnesium sulphate
The mixtures are modulated according to the evolutionary stage of the disease.
IDS coating on vascular axes:
• Along the spine
• Legs lateral, anterior and posterior
• Forefoot feet
FDI on apparent and painful veins.
The management of superficial venous disease has evolved considerably over the past 20 years. The IVS assessment is now standardized and the treatment codified. The pharmacological action of mesotherapy, which is mainly done by the vascular and lymphatic routes, explains the good results obtained in the vascular pathologies.
The pharmacological action of mesotherapy, which is mainly done by the vascular and lymphatic routes, explains the good results obtained in the vascular pathologies.
Mesotherapy treatment is therefore both preventive and curative.