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  • Deep Vein Thrombosis Treatment In Hyderabad - Laser Surgery

    Deep vein thrombosis or DVT is a condition in which a blood clot (thrombus) forms in the deep veins. This condition most commonly occurs in the legs and causes pain or swelling in the earlier stages. It may or may not resolve on its own. If DVT doesn't resolve on its own, it creates a risk of pulmonary embolism, postphlebitic syndrome, and other problems too. In a few cases, DVT can be treated with medications, but some people may require surgical treatment to resolve the condition.

    If you have been diagnosed with DVT, get in touch with Pristyn Care and consult our doctors to find out whether you need surgical or medical treatment for DVT.


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    • Deep Vein Thrombosis in Hindi - गहरी नस घनास्रता
    • Deep Vein Thrombosis in Telugu - డీప్ వెయిన్ థ్రాంబోసిస్
    • Deep Vein Thrombosis in Kannada - ಆಳವಾದ ರಕ್ತನಾಳದ ಥ್ರಂಬೋಸಿಸ್
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    • Cayenne pepper
    • Omega-3 fatty acids
    Foods to avoid in Deep Veins Thrombosis
    • Refined and processed food items like white bread, white rice, and fast food
    • Red and processed meat
    • Sodas and other sugary drinks
    • Food containing excess amount of salt and sugar
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    The doctor asks about the symptoms and carries out a thorough physical exam to look for areas of swelling, discolored skin, and soreness. If the doctor suspects the presence of an underlying blot clot, they ask for certain tests.

    Deep vein thrombosis is usually diagnosed through a Doppler ultrasound. In Doppler’s ultrasound, high-frequency sound waves are used to check the flow of blood through the veins. The ultrasound detects the blood flow and an impaired blood flow indicates the presence of blood clots in the vein.

    The doctor may conduct a series of ultrasounds to check if the blood clot is growing or to look for new blood clots that may have formed.


    In the beginning, the doctor will provide medications (blood thinners like heparin, warfarin, enoxaparin, or fondaparinux) or suggest using compression stockings to improve the blood flow and minimize the chances of blood clot formation.

    If medical treatment doesn’t work, the doctor will recommend other methods. Deep vein thrombosis is most commonly done in combination with one or more of the following treatment methods:

    • Thrombolysis
    • Anticoagulant medications
    • Angioplasty & stenting
    • Thrombectomy
    • Placing a vena cava filter in the deep vein.

    Thrombolysis– It is also known as thrombolytic therapy or fibrinolytic therapy, in which certain medications are used to break the blood clots that are formed in the vessels. The most common medicine that is used in this technique is tissue plasminogen activator (tPA) but there are other medicines also available.

    IVC (Inferior Vena Cava) Filter– The IVC filter is a metal device that looks like an umbrella and can stop the blood clot’s movements. It is placed inside the main vein, i.e., the inferior vena cava that runs through the belly. An incision is made around the abdomen and a catheter is inserted into the vein using an X-ray guide. The filter is placed over the blood clot inside the vein and it attaches itself to the walls of the vein.

    Thrombectomy– Also known as venous thrombectomy, it is a procedure that involves surgical removal of the vein clot. During thrombectomy, the vascular surgeon will make an incision into the blood vessel to remove the blood clot. Then the blood vessels and tissues are also repaired.

    Angioplasty– In some cases, angioplasty or the balloon suction technique may be used to keep the vein inflated and a stent may be used to hold it open while the blood clot is being removed. When the blood clot is extracted, the balloon is also taken out simultaneously.

    The surgical methods available for DVT treatment are not without risks.

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    Pristyn Care is COVID-19 safe

    Your safety is taken care of by thermal screening, social distancing, sanitized clinics and hospital rooms, sterilized surgical equipment and mandatory PPE kits during surgery.


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    A dedicated Care Coordinator assists you throughout the surgery journey from insurance paperwork, to free commute from home to hospital & back and admission-discharge process at the hospital.


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    Our surgeons spend a lot of time with you to diagnose your condition. You are assisted in all pre-surgery medical diagnostics. We offer advanced laser and laparoscopic surgical treatment. Our procedures are USFDA approved.


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    We offer free follow-up consultations and instructions including dietary tips as well as exercises to every patient to ensure they have a smooth recovery to their daily routines.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    I have recently undergone laser treatment for deep vein thrombosis. What are the tips I should follow?

    After laser treatment, you just need to follow some minor tips and you’ll be good to go. Refrain from indulging in strenuous activities. Eat the right food and stay active. Do not consume alcohol and stay away from smoking.

    Where can I get the best treatment for deep vein thrombosis?

    If you are looking for the best clinics to undergo laser treatment for deep vein thrombosis, Pristyn Care is the place for you. All you need to do is give us a call and we’ll get you in touch with one of our expert doctors.

    How long does deep vein thrombosis surgery last?

    The advanced and latest deep vein thrombosis treatment procedures may last 25-45 minutes. However, the surgical duration may vary depending on factors such as the type of technique used during the procedure, the type of anesthesia given to the patient, area affected by deep vein thrombosis, etc.

    Can deep vein thrombosis lead to stroke?

    Yes, deep vein thrombosis may lead to stroke. If the blood clot separates from the walls of the veins and happens to hinder the blood circulation system, it can cause serious complications such as heart stroke.

    How can I identify early signs of deep vein thrombosis?

    If you are experiencing any of the following signs, get in touch with the vascular surgeon to get a thorough diagnosis along with the best-suited treatment:

    • Swelling in the affected area
    • If the skin is getting warm in the affected region
    • Soreness and pain while touching the affected region
    • Discoloration around the area
    • Extreme cramping or throbbing

    Is it safe to exercise with deep vein thrombosis in the leg?

    Doing exercise in deep vein thrombosis can be highly beneficial as it can enhance the blood circulation in the body. However, experts always suggest not to indulge in rigorous physical activities or exercises that exert pressure on the affected area.

    Do varicose veins cause deep vein thrombosis?

    People who have varicose veins are at higher risk of developing deep vein thrombosis as compared to others. If varicose veins are left untreated, the blood cells can clump together to cause blood clots, Which may result in deep vein thrombosis.

    How can I know if I have deep vein thrombosis?

    The common symptoms associated with deep vein thrombosis include cramping, throbbing, swelling, redness, and warmth in the affected area. It is highly advisable to visit an experienced vascular specialist if you notice any of these symptoms related to deep vein thrombosis for proper diagnosis and to get effective treatment.

    Can deep vein thrombosis cure on its own?

    In rare cases, small clots present in the veins can disintegrate and dissolve on their own. But, if there are blood clots that are large or multiple in number, they usually do not go on their own and may need immediate medical advice. Therefore, consult a highly experienced vascular specialist at Pristyn Care in Hyderabad for proper diagnosis along with the best deep vein thrombosis treatment.

    Which is the safest treatment for deep vein thrombosis?

    Thrombectomy and laser procedures for deep vein thrombosis are advanced and performed with the latest medical technology. They are generally considered safe and more effective as compared to conventional methods for deep vein thrombosis treatment.

    Is deep vein thrombosis life-threatening?

    Deep vein thrombosis is generally not a life-threatening condition if treated timely. However, in rare cases, if deep vein thrombosis is left untreated, it can create serious health concerns like pulmonary embolism, which can become life-threatening if not treated on time.

    Can I avoid deep vein thrombosis surgery?

    Some mild cases of deep vein thrombosis can be treated through medications and lifestyle modifications. However, if the condition of deep vein thrombosis is severe, it is always a better option not to delay the proper treatment to get faster relief.

    Is it safe for me to travel with deep vein thrombosis?

    Travel that may require prolonged hours of continuous sitting or standing can escalate the symptoms of deep vein thrombosis and worsen the condition. Therefore, if you have deep vein thrombosis and you need to travel, you must discuss it with your doctor and take proper precautions to minimize the complication of the condition.

    Who is at higher risk for deep vein thrombosis?

    Following are some people who may be at higher risk for developing deep vein thrombosis:

    • Middle-aged to old aged people
    • Pregnant women
    • People in professions that require sitting and standing for longer hours
    • Females taking birth control
    • People who smoke regularly

    Is it okay to massage legs affected with deep vein thrombosis?

    It is not at all advised to massage legs with DVT. This can make the blood clot break free from the vein walls and enter into the bloodstream which can result in potentially fatal complications like pulmonary embolism.

    Does wearing compression stockings improve the symptoms of deep vein thrombosis?

    Yes, wearing compression stockings may help in increasing the blood flow in the affected area and reduce swelling and discomfort. Hence, wearing stockings can help in preventing the possible complications of deep vein thrombosis to some extent.

    Which doctor should I consult for deep vein thrombosis?

    You should consider consulting a hematologist, radiologist, or vascular surgeon to seek medical advice or treatment for your blood clots or deep vein thrombosis.

    Can deep vein thrombosis be acquired by blood clots during surgery?

    Yes. A deep vein thrombosis can be acquired due to blood clots during surgery. As most surgeries are performed by using anesthesia, it can numb sensations in certain areas of the body or induce sleep. This lack of movement can lead to the formation of blood clots and can ultimately result in deep vein thrombosis.

    Can deep vein thrombosis be prevented?

    If spotted early, deep vein thrombosis can be prevented by following healthy practices such as refraining from smoking, maintaining healthy body weight, breathing exercises to promote blood circulation, drinking plenty of fluids, or wearing compression stockings regularly. However, deep vein thrombosis in severe cases can not be prevented and needs immediate medical attention.

    Are peripheral vein thrombosis (PVT) and deep vein thrombosis(DVT) the same?

    No, people often mistake these two conditions as the same, but they are different. PVT refers to the formation of blood clots in the superficial veins that are closer to the skin surface. On the other hand, DVT involves the formation of blood clots in the deep veins, usually in the legs or pelvis.

    What is peripheral vein thrombosis (PVT)?

    PVT, commonly known as superficial vein thrombosis or phlebitis, is a condition in which blood clots form in the superficial veins, usually in the arms or legs. It can be caused due to varicose veins or other vein abnormalities.

    What are the symptoms of PVT?

    Common symptoms of PVT are very similar to varicose veins. They may include:

    • Pain, tenderness, or warmth along the affected vein.
    • Redness or inflammation of the skin over the vein.
    • Swelling or a hard, cord-like feeling in the vein.
    • Itching or discomfort at the site.
    • Visible red or purple discoloration of the skin.

    How is peripheral vein thrombosis treated?

    Peripheral vein thrombosis is a less severe condition than DVT and often requires medical management and lifestyle changes. Unless severe symptoms, like chest pain, breathing issues, swelling in the affected extremity, etc., are present, doctors recommend pain relievers, compression therapy, warm compresses, leg elevation, activity modifications, and regular monitoring. 

    Is peripheral vein thrombosis life-threatening?

    Generally, PVT is less dangerous than DVT, but in some cases, the clot can migrate to deeper veins and may even lead to complications, such as pulmonary embolism, which can be life-threatening. 

    Do blood thinners work for peripheral vein thrombosis?

    Yes, blood thinning medications work for PVT, but not all cases require blood thinners. The decision to prescribe anticoagulant medications is made by the doctor based on the extent of the clot, the risk of complications, and other individual factors that make them prone to blood clot formation. 

    Does peripheral vein thrombosis resolve on its own?

    PVT may or may not resolve on its own. Usually, the condition requires proper self-care measures from the patient, and the body’s natural healing processes break down the clot over time. In some cases, this might not happen, due to which the patient may require further intervention from a vascular doctor. 

    How long does it take to heal after getting treatment for superficial vein thrombosis?

    Typically, it takes several weeks to months for peripheral or superficial vein thrombosis to resolve, even with medications. The duration of healing will vary based on the treatment method proposed by the doctor. 

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    Advanced Deep Vein Thrombosis Treatment 

    Deep vein thrombosis is one condition that can have serious and even life-threatening implications. With rapidly changing and fast-paced lives, people are even more prone to deep vein thrombosis. But due to their jam-packed schedules, people tend to delay receiving proper treatment for deep vein thrombosis even after the symptoms start surfacing. This delay often results in the worsening of the problem, and sometimes severe complications also arise. With our team of experienced doctors and modern laser treatment, you can say goodbye to deep vein thrombosis within no time. And with a number of clinics available across the city, you won’t even have to travel much. You can receive the best treatment for deep vein thrombosis.

    Laser Treatment for Deep Vein Thrombosis at Pristyn Care

    We offer the modern laser procedure for the treatment of deep vein thrombosis in Delhi. Laser treatment is a state-of-the-art procedure that can help you get rid of deep vein thrombosis without any hassle. The procedure is minimally invasive and does not carry out any major cuts or incisions on the body. Laser treatment is 100 percent safe and the recovery after the procedure is also very fast. Pristyn Care has a team of highly skilled and experienced doctors that can help you say goodbye to deep vein thrombosis without any hiccups. Just give us a call and we’ll take care of the rest.

    Consult with Pristyn Care’s Vascular Surgeons

    For optimal care, you can rely on our team of vascular doctors. In Delhi, we house the most experienced and skilled team of surgeons who specialize in all kinds of medical and surgical procedures, including laser-assisted surgeries. When you consult with our doctors, they will assess your condition and determine its severity to suggest the most suitable treatment method.

    If surgery is needed, the doctor will carry out the procedure safely and remove the blood clots with precision. They will also provide care tips and compile a plan that will instruct you on how to take care of your body and recover quickly after the surgery. You can get in touch with them anytime throughout the treatment journey and they will make sure that all your doubts and concerns regarding the DVT treatment are resolved properly.

    Book An Appointment with Pristyn Care To Seek Proper Treatment

    Schedule an appointment with us by calling us on the number given above or by filling out the appointment form. You can also use the Patient app and explore the list of doctors who are available in the city near you. Pick a doctor of your choice and confirm the appointment at your convenience.

    After consultation, you can directly talk to our medical coordinators to schedule another consultation with the doctor pre and post-surgery without any hassle. You can also choose between the online or offline consultation mode. In the offline mode, you have to visit the hospital or clinic for consultation, whereas, in the online mode, you can consult with the doctor over a call.

    How to prevent deep vein thrombosis (DVT)?

    You can prevent deep vein thrombosis by making simple changes in your life. Here are a few tips that will help:

    • Avoid Sitting Still- As the condition most commonly arises in the legs, make sure that you don’t sit still for long periods. Don’t cross your legs for long as it can also block the blood flow. And if you can’t do anything about moving, lift your legs above your heart level. This will make it easier for the nerves to take blood from the legs to the heart as they won’t have to work against gravity.
    • Don’t Smoke- Smoking severely affects the nervous system and makes the blood vessels weaker. This increases the risk of developing DVT. Therefore, you need to quit this unhealthy habit as soon as possible.
    • Exercise and Maintain a Healthy Weight- Being overweight makes you more vulnerable to DVT. Therefore, it is necessary that you maintain a healthy weight and lower your risk of blood clots by exercising.

    Along with these, it is also advisable that you eat a healthy and balanced diet and visit a doctor every two years for a full-body checkup to identify the health risks in an early stage.

    How should I prepare for deep vein thrombosis surgery?

    There are the following tips that may help you in preparation for deep veins thrombosis surgery:

    • Inform the doctor about your medical history or current medication if you are taking any.
    • Avoid taking any antibiotics at least 2-3 days before the surgery unless advised by your doctor.
    • Refrain from consumption of alcohol or smoking 78 hours before the surgery to avoid any complications during the treatment.
    • Ask your doctor regarding meals before surgery. However, it is suggested to eat light and fiber-rich foods that are easy to digest and would not cause constipation.

    How can I reduce the risk of developing a thrombosis while traveling?

    There are a few tips that may help you prevent deep vein thrombosis from developing and progressing:

    • Drink plenty of fluids to stay hydrated throughout the travel
    • Avoid alcohol or alcoholic drinks
    • Avoid wearing tight clothes
    • Try doing minimal exercises every hour, like stretching and bending the legs to promote blood flow.
    • If sitting for a longer period of time, stand up, stretch, and walk around whenever possible.
    • Try not to take sleeping pills or other sedatives that may increase the risk of deep vein thrombosis.
    • Wear compression stocking while traveling in order the maintain a better blood flow in the affected area.

    How do I recover faster after deep vein thrombosis surgery?

    Some of the tips that may help you in faster and smooth recovery:

    • Take proper sleep and rest as much as you can.
    • Drink enough water throughout the day to ensure your body stays hydrated.
    • Refrain from indulging in exercises or activities that may strain the area affected by deep vein thrombosis.
    • Eat a healthy diet that is rich in fiber, proteins, and vitamins to enhance the healing process.
    • Do contact your doctor if you experience any odd symptoms post deep vein thrombosis surgery.

    Treatment Methods for Superficial Vein Thrombosis

    Treatment for peripheral vein thrombosis or phlebitis (PVT) aims to relieve symptoms, prevent complications, and reduce the risk of the clot spreading. It may include:

    • Pain management: Over-the-counter pain relievers or nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) can help alleviate pain and inflammation.
    • Compression therapy: Wearing compression stockings or bandages can improve blood flow and reduce swelling.
    • Warm compresses: Applying warm compresses to the affected area can help alleviate pain and promote blood circulation.
    • Elevation: Elevating the affected limb can help reduce swelling by promoting blood flow and preventing the pooling of blood.
    • Medications: In some cases, anticoagulant medications may be prescribed to prevent clot growth and reduce the risk of complications.
    • Activity modification: Avoiding prolonged sitting or standing and engaging in regular physical activity can help prevent clot formation.
    • Follow-up: Regular monitoring of the condition may be necessary to ensure proper healing and identify any potential complications.
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