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Minerva Cardioangiologica 2001 April;49(2):159-64

language: Italian

Effectiveness of the association of alphatocopherol, rutin, melilotus, and centella asiatica in the treatment of patients affected by chronic venous insufficiency

Cataldi A., Gasbarro V., Viaggi R., Soverini R., Gresta E., Mascoli F.


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Background. The aim of this comparative clinical study was to evaluate the efficacy of the association of alphatocopherol, rutin, melilotus officinalis, and centella asiatica with oral administration in patients with chronic venous insufficiency.
Methods. Thirty patients with chronic venous insufficiency have been randomized in two groups of fifteen subjects (control and treatment group). During the period of treatment the patients didn't wear elastocompressive stockings. The therapeutic efficacy and the clinical tolerability of this association have been valued with clinical-instrumental evaluations and by a control after 15 and 30 days. Functional bothers, cramps and the edema have been valued in function presence and of their gravity with a clinical-score between 0 and 4.
Results. At the end of the observation period, a significant improvement of the clinical simptomatology was obtained, characterised by a diminution of the sovrafascial edema.
Conclusions. The present study confirms previous clinical experiences regarding the described treatment and suggests its application in chronic venous insufficiency.

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