Diosmin – still an important modality in the treatment of venous insufficiency


Authors: Jiří Slíva
Authors‘ workplace: Ústav farmakologie 3. LF UK, Praha
Published in: Vnitř Lék 2019; 65(7-8): 524-526
Category: Actualities

Overview

Chronic venous insufficiency is a highly prevalent disease in the western population. Unfortunately, there is no causal treatment yet. A key role in the recommended therapeutic approaches, especially in the early stages, is the compression therapy accompanied by pharmacotherapy. This includes, inter alia, micronized diosmin. The following text summarizes the basic knowledge of its properties that determine its clinical use.

Keywords:

diosmin – flavonoids – chronic venous insufficiency – micronization


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