Innovative Technology for the Treatment of Post Thrombotic Syndrome

October 16, 2017   /   byHealthier Societies  / Categories :  Health
Post-thrombotic disease is a complex of symptoms that develops as a result of venous thrombosis of the veins of the lower limbs.

Proper blood circulation is essential to ensuring adequate distribution of oxygen, minerals, and nutrients to the whole body. It also helps in transporting waste to the particular excretion organs to prevent chances of poisoning one’s body from the overload of toxins and wastes.

Whenever blood vessels are not in their best state, health problems begin to arise. Deep-vein thrombosis is one of these conditions affecting blood vessels, where you have clot developing in the blood vessels.

At a worse state, medical practitioners refer to this condition as post-thrombotic syndrome, the treatment of which will be discussed below, along with other useful pieces of information.


Professionalism demands that before you even recommend treatment to your patients, you discuss with them the ways they could have (or can) prevent the condition affecting them or their loved ones.

Doing so helps you build trust with your patients, and is critical to fostering healthy relationships between you, as a medical practitioner, and them.

On prevention, recommending early diagnosis comes first. Here, using highly advanced medical equipment is central to ensuring you save time as well as get accurate results. It is only from a precise diagnosis that you should recommend treatment.


As is with diagnosis, high medical attention and using high-quality medical products and equipment is pivotal in preventing chances of the blood clots leading to other complications.

Although traditional methods, such as leg elevation and using compression stocking, have been useful in the past years in managing PTS, they cannot match the high effectiveness and efficiency that comes with using innovative technology to treat PTS.

Modern technology for treatment for post thrombotic syndrome focuses on reducing the level of stagnation of blood in blood vessels (venous stasis), which is common in lower legs. Using this technology has helped reduce chances of PTS patients dying while under treatment using traditional methods.

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