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The aim of this clinical trial is to assess the efficacy of the balneotherapy program (therapeutic orientation: Phlebology) in terms of chronic venous disease improvement and related quality of life, in patients presented with advanced chronic venous insufficiency (i.e., with C4-C5 of severity classification). The multicenter randomized controlled trial (RCT) "Thermes & Veines" that aimed at evaluating balneotherapy in patients with advanced chronic venous insufficiency is considered as the reference study. The French National Academy of Medicine encourages the re-use of data of published RCT when available. In this context, the current study is designed as a single-arm prospective study with indirect comparison using propension score. The Control group consists of the 197 patients which were allocated to the Control group of the "Thermes & Veines". All patients enrolled in the current study benefit of 18-days of spa treatment with Mineral Water of Royat, and examination with vascular practitioner at enrollment and 6 months after the beginning of spa treatment.
Historically, venous leg ulcers have been very difficult to manage, with associated poor healing rates, and the likelihood of recurrence. Even following correction of underlying venous dysfunction, ulcers can take time to respond to conventional treatment with compression therapy. Recently, the leg ulcer service in Gloucestershire - part of the vascular surgical team - have been using an interactive dressing called UrgoStart Plus under compression therapy in the management of chronic venous leg ulcers and we have experienced some positive outcomes for otherwise recalcitrant ulcers. A previous study published in 2017 by Meaume et al demonstrated a reduction in wound surface area after 8 weeks of treatment with UrgoStart Plus. However, whether or not use of the dressing, in combination with compression bandages, improves 12-week healing rates, remains an unanswered question. The aim of the proposed study is to provide an evaluation of this interactive dressing when used under compression bandages and to compare 12-week healing rates with a similar cohort of patients who have been treated with a simple low adherent dressing under compression. This has been our gold standard up to now and we have been collecting prospective data from patients treated in our unit.
There is insufficient evidence of inspiratory muscle training on venous function, clinical severity, symptoms and functional capacity and quality of life in CVI patients. Therefore, in the study, the investigators aimed to determine the effectiveness of inspiratory muscle training in individuals with chronic venous insufficiency.
The long-term effectiveness of inspiratory muscle training, which is known in the literature to help venous return by increasing the pump effect of the diaphragm muscle, remains unclear in individuals with chronic venous insufficiency. For this reason, in this study, it was aimed to investigate the long-term results of inspiratory muscle training in individuals with chronic venous insufficiency.
The goal of this clinical trial is to compare in describe participant population health conditions. The main questions it aims to answer are: - To obtain the limb movement and bed mobility limits after femoral venipuncture, in order to provide a basis and support for clinical reduction of postoperative braking time and alleviation of postoperative patient subjective discomfort - To analyze the effect of perioperative factors such as anticoagulation and sheath size on the complication rate, so as to develop a detailed and systematic strategy to stop bleeding after femoral venipuncture - The advantages and necessity of reducing the postoperative braking time in bed were demonstrated by objective evaluation of patients' postoperative subjective feelings and mental status. In this prospective study, 150 patients who underwent femoral vein puncture intervention were selected by inclusion and exclusion criteria, and were randomly divided into control group, trial A group and trial B group by SPSS software, with 50 cases each. In the control group, the lower limb of the punctured side was braked for 4 hours + 8 hours after routine postoperative activities; in the trial A group, the lower limb of the punctured side was braked for 2 hours + 4 hours after postoperative activities; in the trial B group, the lower limb of the punctured side was braked for no postoperative activities + 2 hours after postoperative activities, and the corresponding evaluation indexes and questionnaires were used to record the hemostasis at the puncture site, whether complications occurred and the subjective feelings of patients in each group after completing the corresponding strategies. The data were also recorded along with the general information of the patients and the factors that may cause bleeding in the perioperative period. Statistical analysis was used to classify, summarize and draw conclusions about the data obtained, analyze the limit of braking bed time, and formulate scientific hemostatic strategies.
The purpose of this study is to learn about the safety, efficacy and utility of a medical device called the Cook® Venous Valve System. This device, percutaneously placed in the leg, is meant to help the blood flow correctly through the veins in the leg.
Chronic Venous Disease (CVD) is a common clinical condition with a high prevalence in the western population that may affect quality of life (QoL) of affected patients for several adverse effects. Sexual dysfunction (SD) also partecipate in the QoL of people and has never specifically studied in CVD patients. The aim of this study is to study SD in CVD patients before and after treatment.
EVLA is used in in treating refluxing veins, commonly the GSV. The tip of catheter is usually placed 2-2.5 cm distal to the sapheno-femoral junction. This technique theoretically provides the lowest risk for endothermal heat-induced thrombosis (EHIT). In the present study we aimed to evaluate the zero-distance technique (the kissing technique) compared to 2-cm distance from SFJ valve in ablating incompetent GSV.
Assessment of the Relationship between Severity of Chronic Venous Obstruction and Venous Claudication
The purpose of this study is to evaluate whether adding sulodexide to the patients with varicose veins who received radiofrequency ablation combined with sclerotherapy can reduce or improve the impact of adverse events。