Healing Vascular Ulcers/Wounds

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Healing Vascular Ulcers/Wounds

In addition to pulmonary embolism and deep vein thrombosis, another very dangerous consequence of untreated varicose veins is vascular ulcers. Vascular ulcers can vary in size, depth, and have a strong unpleasant odor and discharge. Patients who already have vascular ulcers are in a very challenging position because they are very difficult to heal, and even after healing, they often reopen. In outpatient conditions, vascular ulcers are visually inspected, and sterile conditions are prepared for dressing changes. The wound is thoroughly cleaned, a four-layer compression therapy is applied, and medications are prescribed for healing. After the wound has healed, it is important for the patient to undergo a detailed color Doppler ultrasound examination. This examination will determine the cause of the ulcer and enable the determination of treatment modalities to prevent the recurrence of vascular ulcers.


  • Efficient
  • Painless
  • Simple
  • Performed on an outpatient basis

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