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Before you seek treatment, watch this video to learn more about reprocessing and what it means to you and your loved ones.

Ask your doctor if they use new or reprocessed ClosureFast™ catheters.  A reprocessed catheter is one that has already been used in a patient procedure and has been re-sterilized so that it can be used again in a different patient’s procedure. What does using a new ClosureFast™ catheter ensure for you?

  • During your ClosureFast™ procedure, your physician will use a new ClosureFast™ catheter that has never been used on another patient.
  • The safety and effectiveness of new ClosureFast™ catheters and the benefits of the ClosureFast™ procedure have been demonstrated through clinical trials, including one that followed patients for 5 years after their procedure.1,2

The Physician Locator directory provides contact information, categorized by zip code, for vein specialists who treat vein disease using Medtronic’s new, single-use ClosureFast™ catheters or the VenaSeal Closure System. Vein specialists that use other products or procedures to treat vein disease and voluntarily registered to appear in this directory are also included. Medtronic does not charge any healthcare provider to be included in this directory, nor does Medtronic verify the accuracy of any information provided by physicians included in this Physician Locator directory. Medtronic does not endorse or recommend any individual physician, practice or healthcare facility. Ask your healthcare provider what is right for you. Only a licensed healthcare provider should diagnose vein diseases and recommend treatment options.


1. Proebstle, T. ClosureFast Long-Term European Multi-Center Study in Patients with Chronic Venous Insufficiency. American College of Phlebology 26th Annual Congress, 2012.

2. Proebstle T, Alm J, Gockeritz O, et al. Three year European follow-up endovenous radiofrequency thermal ablation of the great saphenous vein with or without treatment of calf varicosities. J Vasc Surg. 2011;54(1)146-52.