According to Dr. Bush, the 'Bristle' needle works the best on small reddish veins.
Dayton, Ohio (PRWEB) August 24, 2012
The ‘Bristle’ needle allows your doctor to treat small red veins that are often difficult to inject with sclerotherapy medication. The needle can be used anywhere on the body. By using this specially designed needle, the vein wall is sealed off. According to Dr. Bush, the 'Bristle' needle works best on small reddish veins.
On May 11, 2012, Refine USA, received clearance for its VeinGogh medical device for lower limb spider veins and telangiectasia from the FDA. Ohmic thermolysis is not laser or light-based, it is the process of using electrical resistivity to deliver a microburst of high frequency energy into the vessel via the new patent pending 'Bristle' attachment. The energy is instantly converted to heat, which coagulates the blood and collapses the vessel wall, while minimizing damage to the surrounding skin.
Dr. Ronald Bush, MD, FACS, is the Medical Director of Vein Experts, a nationally recognized group of physicians specializing in the treatment of venous diseases. Dr. Bush is a board certified vascular surgeon, who has done extensive research in the field of venous disease and published numerous articles.
Practitioners can find more information about VeinGogh and the 'Bristle’ needle at http://www.veinexperts.org/veins/spider-vein-treatment.asp or http://www.veingogh.com/
For more information about the ‘Bristle’ needle and the VeinGogh device, feel free to contact Peggy Bush, APN, at 407-900-8346 or email pbush (at) veinexperts (dot) org