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Treating deep veins thrombosis (DVT)

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            Venous disorders such as the deep vein thrombosis of DVT when not prevented or treated early has a higher chance to develop into a much serious condition which is known as the post thrombosis syndrome (PTS). Venous disorders come in many forms and each should actually be treated to prevent further complication. Deep vein thrombosis is a condition wherein there is the presence of blood clots in the deep veins. When not treated properly, it may lead to PTS which is a long tern condition. Blood clots should be treated.<br /><br /><br /><br /><span style="color:#999999; font-size:10px"><a href="">thrombosis treatment</a></span> involves different method in treating venous disorder. Usually, it can be categorized into two: surgical methods and non-surgical method. Treatment options for deep vein thrombosis include anticoagulation, stenting and angioplasty among others. Anticoagulation makes use of anticoagulant medicine which aims to thin the blood. It prevents the formation of blood clots and also prevents the existing blood clots to become large. Stenting make use of tube for venous support. Angioplasty on the other hand is a non-surgical treatment. Other options include the vena cava filter. Of course, self-care is another option. In cases of deep vein thrombosis, the main goal should be treating directly the existing condition to prevent to worsen or acquire more complication.<br /><br /><br /><br />&nbsp;
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