Navigation Links
Seated Immobility Causes Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT)

A research conducted by the Medical Research Institute of New Zealand suggested that people who sit for long hours without moving// are said to be more prone to deep vein thrombosis (DVT).

Deep vein thrombosis is a state where blood clots are formed in the deep vein regions of thigh or calf. These clots may sometimes obstruct the smooth flowing of blood partially or completely resulting in inflammation, pain and hypertension. In the event of this clot reaching the lungs, it may result in pulmonary embolism leading to death. Blood thinning drugs are generally administered to treat DVT.

Out of the sixty two people suffering from DVT studied, twenty one of them were found to be seated for long hours before DVT struck them. Hereditary factor also played a significant role in getting this disease. This study will be presented at the Thoracic Society of Australia and New Zealand conference in Auckland shortly.

IT workers, taxi drivers, passengers on long haul flights are some of the people who are likely to be affected by this ailment. The research concludes that seated immobility is the major causative factor for DVT and suggests that desk bound people should take short breaks whenever possible.
JYT
'"/>




Page: 1

Related medicine news :

1. Breast Cancer Surgery Causes Psychological problems
2. Causes of weakness in the aged
3. Gene Mutation Causes Ovarian Failure
4. Studying The Causes Of Autism
5. Heart Drug Also Effective In Preventing Specific Causes Of Death
6. More Causes of Bladder Cancer Identified
7. The Causes Of Acid Reflux Questioned
8. Causes of drug induced liver disease
9. Junk Food Causes High Level Of Insulin Resistance In Children
10. Red Color Causes The Allergic Reaction To Strawberries
11. Studies On Hearing Loss Discovers New Causes
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:


(Date:5/26/2016)... ... 26, 2016 , ... W.S. Badger Co. Inc ., the maker of ... When Work Works Award for its use of effective workplace strategies to increase business ... project administered by the Families and Work Institute (FWI) and the Society for Human ...
(Date:5/26/2016)... (PRWEB) , ... May 26, 2016 , ... On Memorial ... and women who lost their lives in military battle for the country. The ... in 2015 to provide more programs that empower independence for disabled military veterans, as ...
(Date:5/26/2016)... , ... May 26, 2016 , ... ... and development solutions for drugs, biologics, consumer health and global clinical supply services, ... in Korea to support the company’s continued investment and strategic growth plans in ...
(Date:5/26/2016)... Indianapolis, Indiana (PRWEB) , ... May 26, 2016 ... ... national provider of healthcare supply chain solutions, today announced the organization has earned ... management meets international standards and is compliant with all rules and policies associated ...
(Date:5/26/2016)... ... May 26, 2016 , ... American orthopedic ... medical officer of Blue Horizon International (BHI), Brian Mehling, M.D., spoke at an ... during May 5-6, 2016 in Chicago, IL, USA. Dr. Mehling’s presentation was focused ...
Breaking Medicine News(10 mins):
(Date:5/25/2016)... ReportsnReports.com adds "Chronic Cough ... provides an overview on therapeutic pipeline of Chronic ... therapeutics assessment by drug target, mechanism of action ... along with latest updates, and featured news and ... in the therapeutic development for Chronic Cough and ...
(Date:5/24/2016)... 2016 Cirujanos holandeses han puesto ... los médicos a compartir sus mejores prácticas por el ... Profesionales médicos de Europa, África, Asia ... la aplicación, que combina la transmisión en vivo con ... Educación   "Imagine un médico de ...
(Date:5/24/2016)... LONDON , May 24, 2016   ... primary endpoints demonstrating non-inferiority in overall bowel cleansing and superiority ... c leansing of ... http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20130829/633895-a ) , Norgine B.V. today announced ... (1 litre PEG and ascorbate bowel preparation) versus standard 2 litre ...
Breaking Medicine Technology: