Recognize thrombus

Arteriovenous Thromboembolism Divided into Venous thromboembolism and Arterial Thromboembolism
Venous thromboembolism includ Pulmonary embolism and Deep vein thrombosis. Arterial Thromboembolism includ Stroke and heart attack.
Venous thromboembolism Contains the following two situations : Pulmonary embolism (Refers to a blood clot formed in the deep veins of the muscles, usually located in the legs or pelvis) and Deep vein thrombosis (Refers to the loss of all or part of the deep veins of the lower extremities and transfer to the lungs to form a blockage, which can quickly cause death)
Venous thrombosis harm:
Venous thrombosis is the third most common cardiovascular disease in the world and the most common cause of hospital death.
In EU countries, the number of deaths from thromboembolism is more than twice the number of deaths from breast cancer, prostate cancer, AIDS and traffic accidents combined.
The estimated annual total cost of care related to venous thromboembolism in Europe is up to 3.1 billion euros
Risk factors for venous thrombosis are as follows:
Old age, Pregnant, Overweight, obese, Short-term braking, such as economy class syndome, Specific diseases related to venous thromboembolism (such as cancer), Prolonged immobility
, Major surgery or trauma, Use estrogen, Family history.

Post time: Aug-14-2021