Finding relief with endovenous ablation
Kay Cook RN, CNOR, MS
Beth Fitzgerald RN, CNOR, MSN
Deborah Gigliotti RN, CAPA, MBA

OR Nurse 2014
July 2009 
Volume 3  Number 4
Pages 18 - 24
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Cook, Kay RN, CNOR, MS; Fitzgerald, Beth RN, CNOR, MSN; Gigliotti, Deborah RN, CAPA, MBA

Varicose veins of the legs are a common condition caused by venous insufficiency as a result of valve reflux. Most varices are located in the greater saphenous vein (GSV) and the majority of sufferers tend to be female. The most common symptoms are described as heaviness, fatigue, or throbbing pain ...

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