VenaSeal Vein Closure
What is VenaSeal?
The VenaSeal system consists of a dispenser gun that delivers a specially formulated medical adhesive to the inside of the vein through a very small catheter. The adhesive solution safely seals the diseased vessel shut, rerouting blood flow to healthy veins.¹
How does VenaSeal work?
The catheter is inserted into the leg through a single puncture
The catheter is guided through the target vein using ultrasound
Small amounts of adhesive are dispensed within the vein
The vein is compressed while the adhesive seals the vein shut
Is VenaSeal clinically proven?
Good-quality evidence supports the use of VenaSeal for long-term varicose vein closure. The VeClose study demonstrated complete vein closure in 97.2% of individuals treated with VenaSeal™ at one year following treatment,ᴬ and additional clinical studies report similar results. This success rate is equivalent to the next best treatment option.²
Is the VenaSeal procedure right for me?
 Kugler, N. W., & Brown, K. R. (2017). An update on the currently available nonthermal ablative options in the management of superficial venous disease. Journal of Vascular Surgery: Venous and Lymphatic Disorders, 5(3), 422–429.
 Morrison, N., Gibson, K., Vasquez, M., Weiss, R., Cher, D., Madsen, M., & Jones, A. (2017). VeClose trial 12-month outcomes of cyanoacrylate closure versus radiofrequency ablation for incompetent great saphenous veins. Journal of Vascular Surgery: Venous and Lymphatic Disorders, 5(3), 321–330.
[A] Kaplan-Meir analysis; raw rate of complete closure was 96.8% (92/95 individuals studied with 13 lost to follow-up)