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Cell Therapy – A Deep Vein Thrombosis Treatment

Cell Therapy –  Treatment For Deep Vein Thrombosis

Deep Vein Thrombosis - Normal Vein vs. Affected Vein

Deep Vein Thrombosis – Normal Vein vs. Affected Vein

Overview

Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) is a severe disease where clots of blood are lodged in the deep central veins of the arm, thighs, pelvis, or lower legs.

A lump hinders circulation of blood from the lower body parts back to the heart.

The occlusion may cause swelling, acute pain, or swelling in the affected location. With clots in veins that slow the process of transporting blood, one may experience discomfort called thrombophlebitis.

Over 900,000 people suffer from blood clot issues in the United States and sometimes, it so severe leading to pulmonary embolism (PE), a catastrophic condition where a clot of blood may break off and hinder blood flow to the lungs.

Like any vascular condition, DVT requires immediate medical attention.


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Could Cell Therapy Help Deep Vein Thrombosis?

According to studies carried out recently, a novel treatment for blood clot in the feet seems effective and safe.

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With this approach, the risk of bleeding or subsequent recurrence is significantly reduced. This treatment option has the capability of clearing all blood clots without causing any damage with remarkable results.

So far, there are no complications associated with the treatment, and even after making a follow up of 3.4 years, recurrent clotting was nil.


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Deep Vein Thrombosis Symptoms

Chances of anyone developing deep vein thrombosis exist, but some elements could heighten the possibility such as trauma, periods of inactivity, or surgery.

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Deep Vein Thrombosis is a critical but treatable condition, which results from a blood clot occurring in the thickest part of the vein.

Although the condition may be severe, most time it presents only 50% of the symptoms.

When they occur, they include warm skin in the area of the clot, a massive ache in the affected area, pain, swelling, and tenderness in one leg, red skin particularly at the back of your leg and below the knee.

 

DVT Risk Factors

DVT may not affect only one leg, but the pain is worse when bending the foot upwards towards the knee.

Risk factors associated with DVT include:

  • Injury or surgery
  • Prolonged bed rest, during paralysis or a lengthy hospital stay
  • Inheriting a blood-clotting disorder
  • Birth control pills or hormone replacement therapy
  • Pregnancy
  • Smoking
  • Being overweight
  • Heart failure
  • Cancer

Conclusion

To conclude, in spite of the seriousness, if detected early, DVT can be treated with a vascular specialist recommending different form of treatment for each patient.

 

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Further Reading – Quality Articles From Third Party Websites

    1. [1] PVD And Me
    2. [2] NHS Uk
    3. [3] Mayo Clinic