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Synonyms for thrombosis

Words related to thrombosis

the formation or presence of a thrombus (a clot of coagulated blood attached at the site of its formation) in a blood vessel

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DVT risk is greatest between two and five days after surgery, with a second peak risk period occurring about 10 days after surgery--usually after the patient has been discharged.
This could indicate that injury severity contributes to DVT formation.
Patients at high risk for DVT made require the use of anticoagulation therapies.
Brian Vickers (Red Bull Racing Driver) suffered DVT - blood clot around lungs, at just 26 years old.
So what factors, then, may account for the case studies and self-reported incidence of DVT and/or PE after extended physical activity or endurance competition in otherwise healthy athletic individuals?
The company, which automatically covers travellers to sue negligent airlines, also demanded that carriers alert passengers to DVT dangers at the time they buy their tickets as well as during on-board safety announcements.
Rivaroxaban was approved by the FDA on a priority review timeline, making it the only novel oral anticoagulant approved and the first oral single-drug solution proven effective for the treatment of DVT and PE in the U.
New evidence-based guidelines from the American College of Chest Physicians (ACCP) address the many risk factors for developing DVT as the result of long-distance travel.
Lifeblood welcomed the Department of Health's DVT Risk Assessment tool, published today for hospitals, which comes eighteen months after the Chief Medical Officer, Sir Liam Donaldson recommended that all hospital patients should receive a risk assessment for DVT.
The risk rates of both DVT and PE were highest--almost double that at baseline--in the first 2 weeks after infection, and fell off over subsequent months, returning to baseline after 1 year.
Cognex Corporation has acquired DVT Corporation, a privately-held company based in Duluth, GA.
The campaign will feature television and radio public service announcements as well as media tours aimed at educating physicians and consumers about DVT.