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Foam Sclerotherapy: A Textbook

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Zusatztext Foam Sclerotherapy: A Textbook is a comprehensive advanced text reviewing the entire field of foam sclerotherapy and its application to the treatment of chronic venous disorders. For the clinician actively participating in the treatment of chronic venous disease! the book functions as a manual in how to utilize Foam Sclerotherapy as a treatment option! as well as providing an excellent overview of the current and historical literature in the field.Journal of Vascular and Interventional Radiology! Summer 2009 Zusammenfassung The advent of foam sclerotherapy has been one of the most important developments in the field of phlebology. Just as surgery has evolved into more minimal invasion! so has the treatment of varicose veins. Foam sclerotherapy is quick! efficient! easy to use and inexpensive! and is widely believed to become the dominant form of therapy for varicose veins.Foam Sclerotherapy: A Textbook explores the key role of foam in the treatment of venous insufficiency! provides authoritative and comprehensive information and examines the advantages and drawbacks of this method in detail. Written by experts from four continents! the book is divided into three sections: Theory! Practice! and Special Considerations! and includes chapters on: The history of sclerosant foams Legal guidelines Ultrasound guidance Studies on safety Treatment of venous malformationsFoam Sclerotherapy: A Textbook is an essential textbook for all phlebologists! general surgeons! vascular surgeons! dermatologists! family physicians and gynaecologists who treat varicose veins! either full time or occasionally. Informationen zum Autor John J Bergan MD FACS FRCS (Hon)Vein Institute of La Jolla! CA and Department of Surgery! UCSD School of Medicine! La Jolla! CA! USAVan Le Cheng MDUCSD Instructor of Surgery! SD Vein Institute! Encinitas! CA! USA Klappentext Foam Sclerotherapy: A Textbook! edited by John Bergan and Van Le Cheng! is an authoritative! advanced and comprehensive text reviewing the entire field of foam sclerotherapy! and its application to the treatment of chronic venous disorders Inhaltsverzeichnis Contributing authors Foreword 1 Foreword 2 Preface THEORY 1. The history of sclerosant foams: persons! techniques! patents and medical improvements 2. Dermatological manifestations of venous insufficiency 3. Sclerotherapy of varicose veins â?" Guidelines of the German Society of Phlebology 4. Legal guidelines for use of polidocanol and sodium tetradecyl sulfate for sclerotherapy PRACTICE 5. The science of producing extemporary foam and its clinical results 6. Ultrasound guidance for therapeutic interventions 7. A personal method for foam sclerotherapy: technique and results 8. Foam sclerotherapy with and without duplex ultrasound guidance 9. Foam sclerotherapy for varicose veins: medium-term results as assessed by ultrasound SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS 10. Varisolve® polidocanol microfoam compared with surgery or sclerotherapy in the management of varicose veins in the presence of trunk vein incompetence: European randomized controlled trial 11. Ultrasound-guided foam sclerotherapy of large varicose veins 12. Transition from alcohol to foam sclerotherapy for localized venous malformations with high risk 13. Treatment of telangiectasias by sclerosing foam 14. Comparison of polidocanol and sodium tetradecyl sulfate in the treatment of varicose and telangiectatic leg veins 15. Lesser importance of the saphenous vein in varicose vein treatment 16. Efficacy of polidocanol foam compared with polidocanol liquid in sclerotherapy of venous insufficiency 17. Studies on safety of foam sclerotherapy 18. Treatment of recurrent varicose veins by sclerosant foam 19. Vascular malformations 20. Treatment of venous malformations! Klippelâ?"Trenaunay syndrome and other low-flow lesions with foamed sclerosants Epilogue Index<...

Autorentext
John J Bergan MD FACS FRCS (Hon)Vein Institute of La Jolla, CA and Department of Surgery, UCSD School of Medicine, La Jolla, CA, USAVan Le Cheng MDUCSD Instructor of Surgery, SD Vein Institute, Encinitas, CA, USA

Klappentext

Foam Sclerotherapy: A Textbook, edited by John Bergan and Van Le Cheng, is an authoritative, advanced and comprehensive text reviewing the entire field of foam sclerotherapy, and its application to the treatment of chronic venous disorders



Zusammenfassung
The advent of foam sclerotherapy has been one of the most important developments in the field of phlebology. Just as surgery has evolved into more minimal invasion, so has the treatment of varicose veins. Foam sclerotherapy is quick, efficient, easy to use and inexpensive, and is widely believed to become the dominant form of therapy for varicose veins.Foam Sclerotherapy: A Textbook explores the key role of foam in the treatment of venous insufficiency, provides authoritative and comprehensive information and examines the advantages and drawbacks of this method in detail. Written by experts from four continents, the book is divided into three sections: Theory, Practice, and Special Considerations, and includes chapters on: The history of sclerosant foams Legal guidelines Ultrasound guidance Studies on safety Treatment of venous malformationsFoam Sclerotherapy: A Textbook is an essential textbook for all phlebologists, general surgeons, vascular surgeons, dermatologists, family physicians and gynaecologists who treat varicose veins, either full time or occasionally.

Inhalt
Contributing authors Foreword 1 Foreword 2 Preface THEORY 1. The history of sclerosant foams: persons, techniques, patents and medical improvements 2. Dermatological manifestations of venous insufficiency 3. Sclerotherapy of varicose veins â Guidelines of the German Society of Phlebology 4. Legal guidelines for use of polidocanol and sodium tetradecyl sulfate for sclerotherapy PRACTICE 5. The science of producing extemporary foam and its clinical results 6. Ultrasound guidance for therapeutic interventions 7. A personal method for foam sclerotherapy: technique and results 8. Foam sclerotherapy with and without duplex ultrasound guidance 9. Foam sclerotherapy for varicose veins: medium-term results as assessed by ultrasound SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS 10. Varisolve® polidocanol microfoam compared with surgery or sclerotherapy in the management of varicose veins in the presence of trunk vein incompetence: European randomized controlled trial 11. Ultrasound-guided foam sclerotherapy of large varicose veins 12. Transition from alcohol to foam sclerotherapy for localized venous malformations with high risk 13. Treatment of telangiectasias by sclerosing foam 14. Comparison of polidocanol and sodium tetradecyl sulfate in the treatment of varicose and telangiectatic leg veins 15. Lesser importance of the saphenous vein in varicose vein treatment 16. Efficacy of polidocanol foam compared with polidocanol liquid in sclerotherapy of venous insufficiency 17. Studies on safety of foam sclerotherapy 18. Treatment of recurrent varicose veins by sclerosant foam 19. Vascular malformations 20. Treatment of venous malformations, KlippelâTrenaunay syndrome and other low-flow lesions with foamed sclerosants Epilogue Index

Produktinformationen

Titel: Foam Sclerotherapy: A Textbook
Untertitel: A Textbook
Autor:
EAN: 9781853157714
ISBN: 978-1-85315-771-4
Format: Fester Einband
Herausgeber: Taylor and Francis
Genre: Medizin
Anzahl Seiten: 248
Gewicht: 771g
Größe: H246mm x B189mm
Jahr: 2008