Venous thromboembolism, understood as embolism, is a disorder that consists of deep blood vessel thrombosis and pulmonary embolism. A deep capillary apoplexy takes place when an embolism forms in a deep blood vessel, usually in the lower thigh, leg, or pelvis. The risk of developing VTE is highest possible after significant surgery or a significant injury, or when you have cardiac arrest, cancer, or a cardiovascular disease. Swelling, pain, and soreness are a few of the symptoms of deep vein thrombosis. A pulmonary blood clot can cause sudden upper body pain and shortness of breath. Medicines that aid protect against additional embolism from developing or that dissolve serious capillary clogs are the primary treatments for VTE. A lung embolism can cause death if a blood embolism is large or there are many clots. On top of that, one-third to one-half of people who have a DVT will have lasting issues triggered by the damages the embolism does to the valves in the vein called post-thrombotic syndrome. People with PTS have symptoms such as swelling, pain, staining, and in serious cases, scaling or ulcers in the affected part of the body. For some people, DVT and PE can become a chronic illness; about 30% of people who have had a DVT or PE are at risk for another episode. Without it, every shaving nick and paper cut might become a medical emergency. Yet clotting can be a severe trouble when it occurs where it should not, like in your veins, where an embolism can remove your blood circulation. A lung blood clot is a lethal emergency situation. DVT symptoms include: Pain or tenderness in your arm or leg, usually in the thigh or calf bone; Swollen leg or arm; Skin that's cozy or red to the touch; Red spots on the skin. With a pulmonary blood clot, you could notice: Shortness of breath you can not describe; Fast breathing; Chest pain under your rib cage that can worsen when you take a deep breath; Rapid heart rate; Feeling lightheaded or losing consciousness.
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