Érsebészet, lézeres és rádiófrekvenciás visszérkezelés – VP-Med Kft.

Personalised treatment and surgery in Hungary's largest private varicose veins centre

35000+

TREATMENTS

12000+

SURGERIES

9

VASCULAR SURGEONS

15

YEARS OF EXPERIENCE

35000+

KEZELÉS

12000+

MŰTÉT

9

ÉRSEBÉSZ

15

ÉV TAPASZTALAT

WHY CHOOSE US?

  • Dr Attila Szabó is an internationally renowned vascular surgeon and varicose vein specialist. He has a wide range of foreign publications, extended international connections and he is frequently invited to hold lectures and practical presentations abroad. He has several decades of experience in vascular surgery with more than 1000 operations and 5000 treatments.

 

  • Dr Attila Szabó is both the owner and the professional leader. His person is the guarantee for the high level treatment of patients and for the maximum attention.

TYPICAL SYMPTOMS

If you have varicose vein problems, don't let the situation overwhelm you!

Pain or tightness in the lower limbs

Feeling of heavy legs, leg cramps at night

Watery, edematous, swoller lower limbs

Protruding, bluish-purple vasodilatation, on the surface of the skin

Itchy, hard, tight skin with brownish discolouration

Appearence of varicose veins, and in more severe cases, ulcerative sores

At the VP-MED Health Centre, we perform a complete examination, using the appropriate diagnostic procedures and ultrasound to accurately assess the condition of the lower limb venous circulation. Once you have a diagnosis, you can finally say goodbye to varicose vein problems with the most ideal treatment or surgical solution for you.
At the VP-MED Health Centre, there is no need for compromise, because in addition to traditional varicose vein surgery, the most modern varicose vein surgery is also available.

BENEFITS OF MODERN VARICOSE VEIN SURGERY

A 2014-ben alapított VP-MED Egészségcentrumban képzett, több évtizedes tapasztalattal rendelkező érsebészekkel, Magyarországon és Kelet-Európában is egyedülálló módon:

  • Complete vascular surgical examination

  • The widest range of co-specialties

  • We can offer you all the most advanced and currently used revascular surgical procedures, fully personalised and with individual financing options.

AFTER / BEFORE

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OUR DOCTORS

VASCULAR SURGERY: IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A REAL SOLUTION TO YOUR VARICOSE VEIN PROBLEMS

WITH MORE THAN 12,000 SURGERIES AND 35,000 TREATMENTS IN THE LARGEST PRIVATE VARICOSE VEIN CENTRE IN HUNGARY.

VASCULAR SURGERY – VARICOSE VEIN TREATMENT – TREATMENT OF VASCULAR MALFORMATIONS – ULCER TREATMENT

Do you often feel like you have lead weights on your feet after a tiring day? Are you increasingly experiencing swelling and water retention in your lower limbs, especially your ankles? Do you have small broom veins or larger bluish-purple or bulging veins in your legs? Have you ever thought about seeking vascular surgery rather than cosmetic surgery for these complaints? These are symptoms of varicose veins that should be investigated more seriously, otherwise they can lead to serious complications such as varicose veins, ulceration or deep vein thrombosis. Are you affected?

YOU MAY ALSO BE AFFECTED

AT LEAST 8 OUT OF 10 PEOPLE WOULD NEED VASCULAR SURGERY

WE UNDERSTAND BETTER THAN YOU THINK

You probably don't like it when your feet feel swollen and oedematous. Believe us, we know exactly how awful it feels to deal with it every day.

As well as the sacrifice of wearing long trousers instead of a skirt to hide the bluish-purple markings on the calf.

Wouldn't you rather have beautiful, slim and pain-free limbs? We have good news: it's not impossible!

VASCULAR SURGERY IS THE SCIENCE OF TREATING ARTERIES AND VARICOSE VEINS

Within vascular surgery, varicose vein medicine is the discipline of lower limb venous circulatory disorders. And varicose veins are caused by insufficient venous circulation in the lower limbs, so it is clear that vascular surgeons and angiologists responsible for the internal medicine treatment of vascular diseases are the best placed to treat them. Genetics are primarily responsible for the development of varicose veins, but a sedentary lifestyle, being overweight, pregnancy or certain operations can also increase the risk of developing the disease.It is therefore undeniable that in certain situations, a more sporty and health-conscious lifestyle can clearly contribute to keeping the veins in the lower limbs healthy. But is a health-conscious lifestyle alone enough?

VENOUS MALFUNCTION IS MORE THAN A COSMETIC ISSUE

Circulatory disturbances in the tiny capillaries under the skin cause the appearance of so-called saphenous veins in the lower limbs, which are also treated by vascular surgery.

However, as broom veins are often only an aesthetic problem for patients, they often hope for a permanent and painless solution through cosmetically effective treatments.

However, the process, which is initially less obvious and disturbing, and sometimes goes unnoticed, inevitably leads to the appearance of more spectacular and much higher risk varicose veins if the real causes are not addressed.

So if you don’t want to take any risks, you need not just a beauty patch, but a truly effective solution! Read on for details!

Frequently asked questions

An ultrasound scan can determine the condition of the deep veins, which will determine whether surgery can be performed. If the flow in the deep veins is inadequate and the superficial veins are needed to transport the venous blood, surgery should not be performed.

In the event of failure of varicose vein surgery, an increase in symptoms, chronic venous insufficiency, leg ulceration can be expected, and surgery in such complicated cases is associated with a significantly higher risk. There is no absolute indication for mechanochemical ablation surgery, which should only be performed after weighing the risk-benefit ratio. Cosmetic results are visible a few weeks after the procedure.

It’s basically natural that a few days after the operation, a bruise will be visible on the skin, the problem is only if it keeps growing, tightening, causing inflammation, fever. If the case is questionable, it is better to show it to someone who knows.

Before varicose vein surgery, visibly dilated veins are marked with a special pen. As a first step, a guide catheter is inserted into the main vein trunk to be treated under ultrasound guidance, the end of the catheter is guided up to the point of direct inflow into the deep venous system, followed by local anaesthesia. During laser surgery, the laser thread is passed through the guide catheter to the treatment site and, under continuous ultrasound control, the thread and catheter are slowly withdrawn into the vein, while the laser energy heats the blood in the immediate vicinity of the thread end. The heat causes the blood to coagulate and the energy is transferred to the vessel wall, precipitating its proteins and causing the vessel wall to shrink and become blocked. In radiofrequency (RF) revascularisation, the radiofrequency (RF) catheter is passed through a short guide catheter to the treatment site and then slowly withdrawn into the vessel under continuous ultrasound control, while the RF energy heats the vessel wall. The heat causes the proteins in the vessel wall to precipitate and shrink, causing it to close. The treatment process is clearly visible on the ultrasound image. After treatment of the main vein trunk, the other side branches are treated with separate punctures under anaesthesia. The result of the treatment may vary from patient to patient.

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