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The most widely known method of treating varicose veins is known as varicose tube irrigation, but it is not the most effective because of the risk of infection .
The main disadvantage of varicose tube irrigation is that the patient often needs to be treated again after only one attempt. Another disadvantage is that the treatment may not be effective in the long term if the patient is taking certain medications at the time of the first attempt. The use of topical products for varicose veins was initially pioneered by Dr. Arthur A. Smith, a professor of medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, who studied the problem of varicose veins in the early 1960's.
In 1964, Dr. Arthur Smith developed a way to irrigate the varicose veins without irrigation using the skin as a bed. The method involves spraying a small amount of a sterile solution onto the vein of the patient, and letting it sit overnight. This makes the veins more supple and suppresses inflammation. The treatment is so effective that doctors and nurses are using the treatment now to prevent and control varicose veins in their patients.