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  • Watching too much television could cause fatal blood clots

    Science Daily. - February 21, 2018

    Spending too much time in front of the television could increase your chance of developing potentially fatal blood clots known as venous thrombosis. Even trying to counterbalance hours of TV watching through adequate exercise is not effective warn researchers.

  • Migraines Increase the Risk of Heart Attacks and Strokes

    My Times. - January 31, 2018

    Having migraine headaches also increased the risk of blood clots in the veins.

  • Stop the clots, spare the coagulation

    Science Daily. - January 15, 2018

    In the fight to cure thromboinflammatory diseases, one of the target molecules is thrombin, a protein that promotes inflammation and can cause blood clots. However, inhibiting thrombin too much can lead to uncontrolled bleeding, limiting the use of anti-inflammatory drugs. Now, resear…

  • After a clot, shorter treatment with compression stockings may be OK

    Reuters. - January 12, 2018

    (Reuters Health) - - Even though many patients with blood clots in their veins are told to wear compression stockings for two years to prevent complications like pain and swelling, a new study suggests they may get the same results in half the time.

  • Alex Trebek of 'Jeopardy!' on leave after brain surgery for blood clots

    CNN. - January 05, 2018

    "Jeopardy!" host Alex Trebek is taking a medical leave after undergoing surgery to remove blood clots from his brain, Trebek and his production team said Thursday.

  • New methods reveal the biomechanics of blood clotting

    Science Daily. - December 19, 2017

    The ability to map both the magnitude and orientation of forces on a cell provides a powerful tool for investigating not just blood clotting but a range of biomechanical processes, from immune cell activation and embryo development to the replication and spread of cancer cells.

  • Electrosurgery Market Insights Trends Outlook and Analysis, 2017-2025

    PR-inside.com. - December 07, 2017

    (PR-inside.com) Electrosurgery involves application of electrical current to a biological tissue to cut, coagulate, desiccate or fulgurate. Electricity is used to cause thermal destruction of tissue through dehydration, coagulation, or vaporization. The tissue acts as a resistance to …

  • Clot-busting drugs not recommended for most patients with blood clots

    Science Daily. - December 06, 2017

    About half of people with blood clots in the deep veins of their legs develop a complication that involves chronic limb pain and swelling, making it difficult to walk and perform daily activities. A large-scale clinical trial has shown that a risky, costly procedure to remove such clo…

  • Asia Pacific Platelet Aggregation Devices Market is expected to grow to USD 82.27 Million in 2021

    PR-inside.com. - December 06, 2017

    (PR-inside.com) The Asia Pacific Platelet Aggregation Devices Market was worth USD 25.6 million in 2016 and is estimated to be growing at a CAGR of 26.3%, to reach USD 82.27 million by 2021. Platelets are a type of blood cells whose major function is to form blood clots at the site of…

  • Latin America Vascular Closure Devices Market is poised to touch USD 111.3 Million by 2021

    PR-inside.com. - December 06, 2017

    (PR-inside.com) The Latin America Vascular Closure Devices Market was worth USD 78.9 Million in 2016 and is estimated to be growing at a CAGR of 7%, to reach USD 111.3 Million by 2021. A vast number of diagnostic and therapeutic procedures regarding cardiovascular system are conducted…