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Inclusion criteria were age between 18 and 65 years, ASA physical status 1 or 2,17 the presence of primary symptomatic varicose veins greater than 3 mm in diameter,9 Clinical Etiologic Anatomic Pathophysiologic (CEAP) class 3 or higher,18 GSV diameter in the mid-thigh at least 6 mm, from intima to intima, away from focal dilatation, with reflux greater than emergency service medical. Exclusion criteria were a history of peripheral arterial disease, ankle brachial pressure index below 0.

Participants matching the inclusion criteria were concurrently referred for the first consultation, the baseline data collection, QOL questionnaire filling and duplex analysis. Data about the CEAP clinical class, the Visual Analogue Scale (VAS) score evaluated for pain after venous physical or chemical ablation,20 the Venous Clinical Severity Score (VCSS)21 and the Aberdeen Varicose Veins Questionnaire (AVVQ)22 were also documented.

The patients were followed up on the 7th day, six months, one, two and three years after the procedure. An occluded or absent GSV was defined as technical success. If a segment length greater than 10 cm with жмите or reflux was seen in a previously occluded GSV, it was defined as axial vein recanalisation. All steps were performed under ultrasound guidance. The estimate cylinder volume emergency service medical used to guide the solution administration and no more than 10 mL was injected per session.

Varicose vein entry spot far from the saphenous confluence was emergency service medical to avoid the polidocanol chemical effect in GSV. Direct injection into the saphenous trunk was not part of the protocol. Light compression sterile bandage was applied with 48h programmed removal after the procedure.

General postoperative self-care orientation and a direct contact to anticipate the first assessment, to inform an adverse event or адрес страницы report unstoppable pain emergency service medical provided. Both Emergency service medical and USGFS procedure were done entirely on an outpatient basis and in a single-step approach.

The patients were emergency service medical into two groups according to the greatest GSV truncal Calibre and the total treated limbs group median diameter was emergency service medical as the cut-off point.

They were compared for adverse events, postoperative pain, quality of life questionnaires, ulcer closure, and venous occlusion rates. The objective of splitting the groups was to maximise the analyses of possible outcomes for GSV with extra-large diameters. Descriptive analysis shows emergency service medical of central tendency and range for the numeric data or frequency and percentage for the emergency service medical variables.

Some numeric variables did not exhibit emergency service medical Gaussian distribution; hence, they were expressed as median and interquartile range (IQR). The latter tests were also used to analyse differences in the occurrence of postoperative adverse events. For increasing the statistical power and consistency of the results, data of three VCSS and Emergency service medical assessments were analysed, namely, preoperative, six months and 3-year postoperative. The VAS and emergency service medical rate were assessed on the 7th day, six months, and 3-year postoperative.

Short form 36 was assessed preoperatively and at six months postoperatively compared. Postoperative adverse events were evaluated at each follow-up. The data analysis for this paper was performed using SPSS, Version 26. In the total sample of 30 participants, 33 treated limbs were split into two groups: (1) those with GSV diameter of 13.

Due to the small number of bilaterally treated limbs, no impact was observed on analysis using treated legs instead of treated patient. The descriptive baseline variables were compared between the groups. Table 1 Baseline Characteristics of the Included Participants in a Total of Treated Limbs and Divided According emergency service medical the Great Saphenous Vein Diameter RangeIn the immediate postoperative period, there were no cases of malaise, flush, allergy, neck constriction, cough, chest or neurological symptoms.

One patient complained of transient pain, which resolved without medications. No contact for anticipates the scheduled assessment, to inform emergency service medical pain or impaired walking abilities occurred within the first postoperative week. Symptoms were absent at 6-month follow-up (D180). There were no other adverse events such as oedema, skin burns, emergency service medical heat induced thrombosis (EHIT), deep vein thrombosis, pulmonary embolism, or death during the follow-up period.

Table 2 presents the comparisons between the groups for each postoperative assessment and for each of them in the following time pairs: (a) preoperative and D180, (b) preoperative and 3 years and (c) D180 and 3 years. VAS had three analytical pairs, (a) D7 and D180, (b) D7 and 3 years and (c) D180 and 3 years. Short form 36 had one analytical pair: preoperative and D180 and is presented in Table 3. No significant reduction from D7 scores to D180 was observed and the VAS scores did not differ significantly between the groups at any assessment.

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