Do the Side Effects of Birth Control Include Blood Clots? Here's What Science Says
Targeting Inflammation to Better Understand Dangerous Blood Clots
Forty percent of people who develop venous thromboembolism don’t know what caused it. New research in mice further explores inflammation’s role.
3 tips for preventing dangerous blood clots during travel
By Miles J. Varn, M.D., Chief Medical Officer at PinnacleCare
How Dangerous Are Blood Clot Filters?
For patients suffering from a serious risk of pulmonary emboli or acute deep vein thrombosis, insertion of an inferior vena cava filter to prevent a blood clot from blocking blood flow to the lung can be life-saving. But that...
How Blood Clots Form
This short video describes how blood clots form in the body. Deep vein thrombosis or DVT occurs when a blood clots forms in the deep veins of the legs or pel...
What Causes Blood Clots?
As many as 300,000 people die each year due to blood clots. Get to know the risk factors to protect yourself.
How to Prevent a Blood Clot
Worried about deep vein thrombosis, a type of blood clot? There are things you can do to prevent them.
How neurosurgeons remove blood clots
Neurosurgeon Dr. Michael Levitt simulates removing a blood clot from the brain to raise awareness of stroke during Stroke Month 2017.
What Is Excessive Blood Clotting (Hypercoagulation)?
The American Heart Association explains excessive blood clotting, also known as hypercoagulation, as blood clots form too easily or don?t dissolve properly and travel through the body limiting or blocking blood flow. Learn the symptoms, diagnosis and treatment.
What are the symptoms of a blood clot in the leg?
A blood clot in the leg can cause swelling, red skin, and warmth in the surrounding area. Risk factors include age. Maintaining a healthy weight and doing regular exercise can prevent blood clots from developing.
How to Lower Stroke & Stroke-Provoking Blood clots
Your bodys ability to stop a stroke before it starts could be greatly enhanced if you simply rode an exercise bicycle a few times each week.
How Do I Prevent Blood Clots?
Blood clots (or Venous Thromboembolism [VTE]), comprised of deep vein thrombosis (DVT) and pulmonary embolism (PE), claim more than 100,000 lives every year ...
Hillary Clinton Hospitalized for Blood Clot: How Concussions and Clots Connect
Clots can be a complication of concussions, but other factors can increase risk of poor blood flow
Hemophilia: Coagulation and how blood clots
If blood does not clot, life-threatening bleeding can occcur. Find out about how blood clots, how clotting factors work, and how treatment has improved the outlook for people with hemophilia.
What Are the Signs of a Blood Clot in Your Leg?
Blood clots in your legs (also known as deep-vein thrombosis or DVT) can be a serious problem and lead to life-threatening health issues like pulmonary embolism, heart attack or stroke. Learn how to spot the signs and what to do if you show symptoms.
Closer to detecting when and why blood clots form
A research team at the Wyss Institute has developed a novel microfluidic device in which blood flows through a lifelike network of small “vessels.” Using automated pressure sensors and a proprietary algorithm, the data acquired is analyzed in real time and precisely predicts when a certain blood sample will obstruct the blood vessel network.
What You Need to Know About Blood Clots
Deaths from VTE represent more annual deaths than those from breast cancer, AIDS, and traffic accidents combined. Know the DVT risks and treatments.
How to Enjoy Travel After a Blood Clot
Travel alone can be stressful and travel after a blood can be even more so. Here are my top tips and experiences to create your own travel adventure.
Blood clots: What cancer patients need to know
Blood clots can be a common – and even deadly – side effect of both cancer and its treatment. Fred Hutch's Dr. Gary Lyman, an expert in blood clots (also known as thrombi) is helping set national policy on how blood clots can be prevented in order to reduce medical costs and save patient lives.
How to Prevent Blood Clots While Traveling
Few things are better than adventuring. Whether by plane, train, car or bus, traveling is a great way to escape the monotony of everyday life and shake things up a bit. On top of that, it’s the ideal way to expand your mind and your life experiences.In short, travel is something you should not shy away from doing.However, if you have vein problems, travel is not as fun and easy-going as it is for others. Even before you’ve arrived to your destination, chances…