ClariVein® — Performed In Over 20,000 Cases Worldwide

ClariVein® is a specialty catheter for the infusion of physician specified fluids through a minimally invasive, in-office procedure to treat varicose veins. Typically, the procedure using a ClariVein® catheter takes about 30 minutes, depending on the extent of the problem.

Used for multiple applications, the ClariVein® system includes a 360-degree rotating tip that allows for the well-dispersed coverage of the vessel. Use of the ClariVein® does NOT require painful anesthesia and will not cause patients any thermal agitation.

What’s Involved?

ClariVein® is:
• Minimally invasive – ClariVein® is several times smaller than other devices used in peripheral vascular treatments, allowing the entrance point to be smaller.
• Reduces discomfort – Requires only a small injection of local anesthetic with no need for multiple needle-stick injections of anesthesia which also eliminates bruising.
• Speeds recovery – In some procedures, studies showed that when using ClariVein®, patients reports up to 74% less pain and rapid return to normal activities.
• Easy to use – Perfect for quick, in-office procedures.

What Happens During The ClariVein® Procedure?

Once placed inside the peripheral vasculature using a pin-sized entry through your skin, the tiny rotating tip of the ClariVein® catheter is set in motion to treat the inside of the vessel delivering medicine specified by your doctor.

The medicine is delivered through the unique rotating tip of the catheter allowing for 360-degree coverage of the vessel.

The procedure typically takes very little time and creates minimal discomfort.

What Are The Results With ClariVein®?

Because ClariVein® is so minimally invasive, it delivers prompt results so you can typically return to normal activities the same day. Watch the ClariVein® Video: