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What is DVT (Deep Vein Thrombosis)?
Source: Merriam Webster - Definition of THROMBOSIS : the formation or presence of a blood clot within a blood vessel.
Origin of the word THROMBOSIS
New Latin, from Greek thrombōsis clotting, fromthrombousthai to become clotted, from thrombos clot. First Known Use: 1866 according to Merriam Webster.
According to Medicineplus: About Thrombosis and also called: DVT, Phlebitis, Thrombophlebitis, Venous thrombosis.
Deep vein thrombosis, or DVT, is a blood clot that forms in a vein deep in the body. Most deep vein clots occur in the lower leg or thigh. If the vein swells, the condition is called thrombophlebitis. A deep vein thrombosis can break loose and cause a serious problem in the lung, called a pulmonary embolism. Standing or Sitting still for a long time can make you more likely to get a DVT. Some medicines and disorders that increase your risk for blood clots can also lead to DVTs.
Symptoms: About half of people with DVT have no symptoms at all. For those who do have symptoms, the following are the most common and occur in the affected part of the body (usually the leg):
- Redness of the skin
- Hard to breathe
- Faster than normal heart beat
- Chest pain or discomfort, which usually worsens with a deep breath or coughing
- Cough up blood
- Very low blood pressure or lightheadedness, or black out.
If you have tried almost everything and still have problems or not satisfied. There is a natural way to help the whole body, so you can reverse all the risks while having a better health.Risk factors for developing VTE include:
- Recent major surgery2
- Paralytic spinal cord injury
- Multiple trauma
- Congestive heart failure or respiratory failure
- Hormone replacement therapy, oral contraceptive
- Previous venous thromboembolism
- Inherited hypercoagulable condition
- Acquired hypercoagulable condition
- Age >40 years
What are the late effects of DVT? Small blood clots in the leg veins may dissolve without serious later consequences. However, larger blood clots, especially those located in the upper thigh and pelvic areas, are more likely to contribute to significant, long-term leg symptoms. The long-term consequences of a DVT can persist even when the use of medications has, in the short term, been "successful". For example, the leg veins can remain obstructed by remaining clot or scar tissue, or the valves in the vein may be damaged and not function properly. This may result in chronic swelling, skin discoloration, and ultimately, the development of chronic skin ulcers near the ankle.
These problems can be diminished, if the individual who suffered a DVT will faithfully wear graduated compression stockings and elevate the legs periodically during the day. Anticoagulant medications will reduce the risk of future DVT and PE’s; these medications cannot prevent the long-term tendency for leg swelling, discomfort, and skin changes, commonly called the "post-thrombotic syndrome" (PTS). These post-thrombotic symptoms are best treated by lifelong use of compression stockings. Unfortunately, it is not often appreciated that in some individuals, persistent leg swelling or discomfort may contribute to a real decrease in quality of life, body image, and even disability in some individuals.Source: http://www.vdf.org/diseaseinfo/dvt/