Experience the cutting-edge ILVO  Diode Laser, a sophisticated system meticulously designed to optimize comfort, safety, speed, and effectiveness in varicose vein treatments.

Drawing upon over 40 years of expertise, MedArt experts have crafted a reliable, portable, user-friendly, and versatile laser product requiring minimal to no maintenance, ensuring the most cost-effective treatment for various venous insufficiencies.

Elevate your varicose vein treatment experience with MedArt ILVO’s advanced technology and endless possibilities.

Treatment Options

Endovenous Laser Therapy

Varicose Vein

Vena Saphena Magna

Vena Saphena Parva

Reticular Veins

Branch Varicosities

Ulcus Cruris Venosum – Wound Healing

Key Benefits

Technical Benefits

Compact and Portable

Audio Energy Indicator

Silent Operation

Built-in Power Meter

QSC Switch for Optimal Protection of Laser Console

Ergonomic Design

Reliable and Clinically Proven

Options of 1470 nm & 980 nm

No Regular Maintenance Needed

Extended Warranty Options

Medical Benefits

No Post-op Downtime

Minimally Invasive

Minimum Risk of Side Effects

Fast Outpatient Procedure

Improved Aesthetic Results

Local Anaesthesia Only

Reduced Trauma

A Single Treatment Procedure

How It Works

Explore the capabilities of the ILVO Diode Laser, offering diverse treatment options through a 400/600 micron optical fiber.

Before treatment, color duplex ultrasound maps the SFJ and GSV. The guide wire introducer sheath is placed into the GSV or through a venflon – typically at knee level or the lower part of the thigh. Advancing the fiber through the introducer sheath positions the fiber tip 1-2 cm distal to the SFJ, aided by a red guiding light for precise positioning. Ultrasound ensures careful control of the exact tip position before releasing the laser beam.

This method has been well-tolerated by the majority of patients, with occasional reports of mild heat sensations during treatment. Most patients exhibit mild ecchymosis and occasional induration and paresthesia in the area of anesthetic infiltration. As operators gain more experience with this innovative technique, it is anticipated that the incidence of undesired side effects will decrease.

Evaluation of results is conducted collaboratively by physicians and patients alike.