Postpartum Deep Phlebothrombosis: Disease Bioinformatics
Thrombosis is the interruption of blood flow by a clot in the blood vessels. Deep Phlebothrombosis Postpartum, also known as Deep Vein Thrombosis Postpartum, occurs when a blood clot forms in a deep vein of the body after a woman gives birth. Deep Vein Thrombosis is more common in pregnant women because hormones in the blood make it more likely to clot and the expanding uterus generates pressure on the blood vessels creating a slower blood flow. Most common in the leg, Deep Vein Thrombosis Postpartum has symptoms including leg pain, warmth, swelling, and redness. To prevent Deep Vein Thrombosis Postpartum, sequential compression device can be used to speed up circulation as well as anticoagulants. After Deep Vein Thrombosis Postpartum has developed, it can be treated with compression stockings, leg elevation, and a heating pad.
Postpartum Deep Phlebothrombosis Bioinformatics Tool
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