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Top 7 Co-Morbid Factors Of Chronic Venous Insufficiency (CVI)

Posted by Robert W. Ruess MD in Co Morbid Factors of Chronic Venous Insufficiency, CVI, Deep Vein Thrombosis, Dr. Robert W. Ruess, DVT, Five Star Vein Institute, Medical Advice, Pulmonary Hypertension, Symptoms of Chronic Venous Insufficiency, What is CVI on December 10, 2014

Most disease states do not stand alone. What this statement means is that there are usually other illnesses, or symptoms or signs of other illnesses that are present when one considers a given health problem. For example, people with congestive heart failure may have chronic fatigue, difficulty with breathing, or kidney dysfunction. These entities could be called co-morbid factors of[...]

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Understanding the Dangers of Deep Vein Thrombosis – Part 2

Posted by Robert W. Ruess MD in Deep Vein Thrombosis, Dr. Robert W. Ruess, DVT, Five Star Vein Institute, Treatment Options for DVT, Vein Health on August 14, 2014

In Part 1 of our discussion around deep vein thrombosis, DVT, I outlined the clotting system and listed some factors that cause these serious clots. In this article, I’ll go over side effects of DVT and available treatment options.

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Board Certified Specialists Provide Better Advanced Vein Care  

Posted by Robert W. Ruess MD in Blood Clots, Board Certified Vein Specialist, Dr. Robert W. Ruess, DVT, Five Star Vein Institute, Leg Pain, Leg Swelling, Spider Veins, Telangiectasia, Vein Disease Care, Vein Health on August 07, 2014

Your risk factor for vein diseases goes steadily up through your lifetime. That is because the adverse influence of gravity on the integrity and function of the thin, delicate valves in your veins is cumulative. All of the problems caused by vein disease become more common as patients grow older.

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