Study, diagnosis and treatment of vein diseases, providing care to patients with problems of the venous system (such as varicose veins, venous ulcers, thrombophlebitis, thrombosis) plays a key role in preserving venous health and preventing related complications. The MediDerm Clinic team is led by Assoc. Predrag Pavić, Ph.D., who performs specialist examinations and all types of procedures on veins

Focused on vein health, specialist examinations enable precise identification and assessment of the problem, which is crucial for accurate diagnosis and determining the most effective treatment plan for the disease. This basic diagnosis is the basis for providing personalized and optimal care for each patient.

With the help of ultrasound diagnostics, a precise i non-invasive insight into the structure and function of superficial, communicating and deep veins and the condition of venous valves.

The UGFS method is a technique for treating venous diseases, especially varicose veins. The combination of ultrasound guidance and a sclerosing agent in foam form allows for the targeting of damaged veins, providing patients with an effective option for treating varicose veins.

Variclose/Venaseal uses a polymer adhesive to seal damaged veins. This minimally invasive technique is performed under local anesthesia, enables a quick recovery without wearing compression therapy after the procedure, and is an ideal method for treating varicose veins in the summer period.

RFA is radiofrequency vein closure with a minimally invasive surgical technique that is performed on an outpatient basis. An ultrasound is used to determine the diseased vein, in which a vein closure catheter is placed through a small opening in the skin. A thin catheter uses radiofrequency energy to heat the wall of the vein, causing it to contract and close. As the diseased vein is closed, blood is redistributed to healthy veins. Patients very rarely feel mild pain during or after the procedure, because the local anesthesia is very precise and is performed under ultrasound control. At the end of the procedure, a compression stocking is placed on the operated vein, and the patient can move immediately. Patients can carry out their daily activities the very next day, avoiding prolonged standing and heavy physical activities. Unlike classic surgery, in which incisions are made in the groin and lower leg, through which a striper wire is introduced, with which the vein is pulled out, with the RFA technique, a catheter is introduced into the vein through a small puncture on the leg, the vein is closed and there is no return through it blood. Advantages of the RFA procedure: disappearance of symptoms (painful, swollen and tired legs), the procedure is performed outside the hospital, on an outpatient basis, local anesthesia is sufficient, return to daily activities within 1-2 days, excellent cosmetic effect without scars, without bruising and swelling

Miniphlebectomy is a minimally invasive technique used to remove smaller veins on the surface of the skin. This procedure provides an aesthetically improved appearance and makes it easier symptoms of varicose veins, and enables patients to quickly recover and return to normal activities.

Sclerosis is a non-invasive method of treating venous diseases that involves injecting a sclerosing agent into damaged veins. In this way, telangiectasias, reticular veins and minor varicosities are removed