Sclerotherapy (Foam Treatment):
It is a method of administering drugs by entering the vein to close the varicose veins of 2-4 mm in diameter.
The drug creates a reaction by irritating the inner wall of the vein, and as a result, the vein is closed, the blood flow stops, the varicose disappears and disappears.
It does not require anesthesia or surgical incision. It can be applied in polyclinic conditions. 1 session can take 10-15 minutes, the patient can return home after 30 minutes.
It may take up to 4 weeks for the treatment to show its full effectiveness.
Pacemaker insertion and replacement services are essential for patients with irregular heart rhythms. During the procedure, a device to regulate the heartbeat is placed in the chest. This device sends electrical impulses.
The procedure, performed under local anesthesia, is simple and most patients can return to their previous lives within weeks. The lifespan of a pacemaker is usually around ten years. This may vary from model to model. Regular check-ups at the hospital will positively affect the performance of the pacemaker. However, in case of complications, the pacemaker needs to be replaced.
As Ekol International Hospitals, we are an Izmir-based health group in Western Turkey. If you have any questions about cardiac pacemaker implantation and replacement services, do not hesitate to call our patient support service staff at any time.
Professional open heart surgery services have a very important function for patients with heart disease. Among these, coronary artery bypass has come to the fore as the most common practice.
This surgery is performed by a professional team of surgeons, nurses, and anesthetists. They work hard for a successful surgery.
Recovery in the hospital's intensive care unit is essential for close follow-up. The patient may need to stay in the hospital for at least a week. The patient is followed closely during the recovery period in the intensive care unit. Open heart surgery has a high success rate. In conclusion, despite its risks, open heart surgery greatly improves the quality of life of patients.
As Ekol International Hospitals, we are an Izmir-based health group in Western Turkey. If you have any questions about professional open-heart surgery services, do not hesitate to call our patient support service staff at any time.
Treatment of Varicose Veins with Endovenous Vein Laser Ablation (EVLA) or Radiofrequency Ablation (RFA)
It is an interventional treatment method applied to eliminate the complaints of pain, oedema, itching, cramps, leg uneasiness, fatigue and curvy vein appearance and discoloration that develop after varicose veins occur in the leg as a result of enlargement of the great sapphire vein in the leg.
This method aims at entering the diseased vein with USG (such as intravenous angiography) and destroying the collagen tissue on the wall of the vein with laser or radiofrequency energy so that the vein cannot be fed anymore. As a result of this intervention, the functioning of the damaged vein is prevented, and the diseased vein closes by itself or is closed. When this is achieved, the visible varicose veins shrink and disappear. The cosmetic appearance of the leg is corrected by applying foam sclerotherapy to the remaining varicose veins 1-2 weeks later.
Details about the procedure:
• The procedure takes less than 1 hour and a rapid improvement in symptoms is observed.
• It is possible to return to daily activities immediately.
• There is no surgical scar.
• There may be very little bruising, pain and oedema.
• The success rate is between 93% and 100%.
• Patient satisfaction is high after the procedure.
Sclerotherapy (Foam Treatment):
It is a method of administering drugs by entering the vein to stop the varicose veins, which are of 2-4 mm in diameter, from functioning.
The drug creates a reaction by irritating the inner wall of the vein, and as a result, the vein is closed, the blood flow stops, the functioning of the vein stops and the varicose disappears.
It does not require anaesthesia or surgical incision. It can be applied in polyclinic conditions. 1 session can take from 10 to 15 minutes. The patient can be discharged 30 minutes later.
It may take up to 4 weeks for the treatment to show its full effect.