Deep Vein Thrombosis


Deep Vein Thrombosis

Deep Vein Thrombosis is an important and severe condition. Important because it is quite common, because it may become very serious, and because in many cases it is relatively easy to prevent: we could even avoid many deaths.

However, to start with, there is a lot of confusion on vein thrombosis, phlebitis and thrombophlebitis, and even many doctors are not free from this misunderstanding.

In recent years, moreover, some sensationalist media have called “economy class syndrome” to a particular sort of vein thrombosis. This has served to further increase the widespread confusion surrounding this disease.

The book

In this book, a doctor Consultant in Angiology and Vascular Surgery has used all his scientific knowledge – and his nearly twenty years of experience in the profession – to disclose the causes and consequences of deep vein thrombosis and the difference with phlebitis. Different types of treatments available are also presented, and, most important, how to prevent it. Finally, as usual, some of the myths surrounding these diseases are discussed.

A comprehensive review that will allow you to finally understand many things.


Vein thrombosisENGLISH version Download on iBooksFor Mac, iPod, iPhone or iPad If you own any other device If you’d rather buy in Amazon

In all of them there are free samples available for download.


Remember that if you purchase the e-book through any of the three stores, all its future updates will be available for FREE, and you can download them from the same site you purchased it: this feature is especially interesting in e-books on scientific subjects, since research is always ongoing, and information on new developments will be updated into them accordingly. This way you will ALWAYS have them available for download to the latest updated version for free.

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