Under standing what is venous disorder?

Varicose veins and chronic venous insufficiency (CVI) are common clinical conditions associated with impaired venous circulation causing discomfort, oedema and skin changes. Varicose veins and CVI can be summarized under the term "chronic venous disorders" which includes the full spectrum of morphological and functional abnormalities of the venous system.

  • Contrary to the historical opinion that varicose veins are the sequelae of simple mechanical valve failure, there is a growing evidence that the pathophysiology of primary venous insufficiency is a complex process, reflecting an interplay between systemic dysregulation of connective tissue synthesis, mechanical forces of venous hypertension, and cellular inflammatory reaction.
  • Key causes of CVI are untreated venous disease and varicose veins, consequences of deep venous thrombosis (DVT), and conditions resulting in venous hypertension, alterations in venous competence, and venous valve disruption (as seen after DVT).3 4


  • Drug delivery in a focused manner.
  • Direct access to the target site.
  • Convenient and painless administration.


  • An achy or heavy feeling in your legs.
  • Burning, throbbing, muscle cramping and swelling in your legs.
  • Pain after sitting or standing for a long time.
  • Itching around one or more of your veins.
  • Skin ulcers near your ankle, which can mean you have a serious form of vascular.
  • A disease that requires medical attention.


  • A significant reduction in varicose vein & spider veins.
  • Informed skin condition.
  • Relief of general fatigue and night cramps.
  • Reduced leg discomfort.


  • Try to avoid injuring your skin – injuries to your skin could lead to an ulcer developing.
  • Raise your legs when you are resting.
  • Keep physically active – this will improve your circulation and help you maintain a healthy weight.
  • Watch your weight
  • Eat a high-fiber, low salt diet
  • Avoid high heels and tight hosiery
  • Change your sitting or standing position regularly


  • Chronic venius disorder.
  • Varicose Veins.
  • Spider Veins.
  • Tired, aching legs.
  • Varicosities during pregnancy.
  • Edema.
  • Helps prevent recurrence of venous ulceration.
  • Ankle, leg and foot swelling.


  • Stocking

    The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has issued a recommendation that doctors no longer prescribe the stockings on the NHS as a first-line treatment. The spending watchdog says there is no clear evidence they do anything to reduce symptoms.

  • Invasive Procedures

    "Up to 35,000 varicose veins procedures are carried out by the NHS each year. Switching from surgery to newer therapies could save £400,000 a year in England alone" - The National Institute for Health and Care ExcellenceThere has been a gradual shift away from surgery, but many patients are still offered it as a first choice.

Commercial success of VARCO

Varco is currently one of the leading topical solutions in India available for the treatment of varicose veins, spider veins, and heavy leg syndrome. Over the last one and half years, the company has expanded its consumer base to over 100,000 people in India and other countries and increased its distribution network to 25,000 chemists across eight Indian states. With its fast and effective scientific solution, it has become the leading choice for treating varicose veins and other CVI disorders among doctors and chemists.

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