The problem of varicose veins is becoming common due to changing lifestyle. People are becoming obese, suffering from chronic constipation, cough and other problems for prolonged period, these conditions transmit force to leg veins and may result in varicose veins. However, with increasing cases of varicose veins, the healthcare industry is focusing on providing advanced devices that can help in treating varicose veins. These devices include features such as data management and storage. More focus is being given on research and development in laser therapy which can lead to improved varicose vein treatment. Physicians are also focusing on performing invasive laser therapy for varicose veins. New innovations are leading to better procedures, achieving exceptional results.
According to the report by Future Market Insights (FMI), in terms of treatment type in varicose vein, the endovenous laser system is expected to register 7.3% CAGR in terms of value during 2016-2026. It is also expected to gain 460 basis points between 2016 and 2026. While by 2026, in terms of revenue, endovenous laser system is projected to exceed $500 million. Meanwhile, the endovenous laser fibers is estimated to register 6.3% CAGR between 2016 and 2026. Moreover, in the U.S., endovenous laser therapy is mostly performed in clinics than in the hospitals. With rising number of ABVLM-certified physicians, demand for laser therapy treatment is also rising.
New treatments for varicose veins
New procedures to treat varicose veins are producing better results and fewer complications and side effects. Various new treatments have been introduced such as VenaSeal Closure System, which uses medical adhesive and this adhesive is placed in the location along the diseased vein. Another is the ClariVein Device, the device uses Mechanico-Chemical Ablation (MOCA). It engenders natural vein spams to engender closure, it takes minimum recovery time and causes minimum postoperative pain.
Varithena is a polidocanol injectable foam. It helps in treating not just varicose veins but also tortuous or twisted veins. The foam completely fills the vein before collapsing it and is also proved to be long lasting and effective treatment. More such innovative procedures and methods are being introduced to treat varicose veins causing minimum pain and leading to better results.
Companies are also adopting these new treatments for varicose vein. For instance, BTG International Canada recently announced EVA Vein Care, the first clinic in Vancouver to treat people suffering from varicose veins. The clinic will treat patients with Varithena, the only Health Canada approved microfoam to treat varicose veins. BTG International Canada also worked with physicians to train them to use Varithena to treat varicose veins. Around 3.7 million people in Canada suffer from varicose veins.
Most of the manufacturers in the healthcare industry are focusing on developing non-thermal treatment without the requirement or use of anesthesia, unlike thermal treatment option. Many techniques and treatments are emerging to treat varicose veins and other vein related problems. New thermal and non-thermal treatments are being introduced that are cost-effective and efficient. These treatments are rapidly evolving making it easy to treat varicose veins. While researchers are still searching for new technology and procedures.
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