ARE THERE ANY RECOMMENDATION GUIDELINES FOR PREVENTING DEVELOPMENT OF FUTURES STAGES OF VEIN INSUFFENCY AND AVOIDING ENDOVENOUS LASER ABLATION (EVLA) IN YOUNG RECREATIVE SPORTSMEN AGE 20-30 WITH SUPPORT OF SPORTS COMPRESSION SOCKS DURING EXERCISE TRAINING?
Sid Solakovic, Nina Solakovic, Amina Godinjak, Emir Solaković, Mensur Vrcic, Ratko Pavlović, Iryna Skrypchenko, Olena Dorofieieva, Kseniya Yarymbash.
Background: Varicose veins and vein insufficiency as is mostly aesthetic problem disease with hidden etiology witch is treated endovenous Laser Ablation (EVLA) method in most cases. The progression of Venous abnormalities in lower extremities with sport connection or exercise training among athletes aged 20-30 is relatively unknown. But is still in scientific eye the excesses recommendation in varicose patients witch is better; Stationary Bike Exercise Training with Sports Compression Socks or Jogging on Treadmill and witch sport can or even have the potential to reduce the pathological process preventing the futures stage of vein insufficiency with the development of pathological reflux of saphenofemoral junction and leg ulcers.
Aim: study Focused Clinical Question. Is any sport exercise limitation in young varicose vein patients and with recommendation is better for young adults (treadmill jogging or stationary cycling including weights lifting)?
Patients and methods: This study was conducted from the beginning of July, 2018 till end of July, 2021 at the Clinic of Cardiovascular department of Vascular Surgery, Clinical Center University of Sarajevo and Faculty of Sport and Physical Education, University of Sarajevo, included 142 patients in young age 20-30 with varicose vein (72 nonsurgical patients were observed during one year on standard weight lifting and Treadmill sport excise with and without Sports Compression Socks and control group consisting of 70 nonsurgical were observed during one year patients on Stationary Bike and weight lifting and with and without Sports Compression Socks), male and female patients, in Stage 1: Spider Veins and Stage 2: Varicose Veins / RopeyVeins without pathologic reflux of saphenofemoral junction.
Results: Analysis shows the no statistically significant difference between Stationary Bike Exercise Training with Sports Compression Socks or Jogging on Treadmill Sports Compression after one year study (p> 0.005).
Conclusion: Stationary Bike Training with Sports Compression Socks provide better protection as an alternative of Treadmill jogging with Sports Compression Socks for progression of futures stage of vein insufficiency and can be potentially recommended, but still need more evidence and large number of subjects to acknowledge this science clamed.
Key words: Varicose veins, Vein insufficiency, Compression Socks, Jogging, Stationary Cycling, Weights lifting.