Do all patients adhere to the recommended compression therapy in CVD? - Dr Shivaji Pole
Chronic venous ulcers are painful, heal slowly, impair the quality of life, and reduce the productivity of the affected person.
Healing of chronic venous ulcers is a complex clinical process that often requires the assistance of expensive, multidisciplinary wound care therapy. Compression therapy works by applying pressure to the leg, which helps to support the veins and improve blood flow.
Compression therapy is one of the essential parts of the overall management of CVD, as it helps to improve blood flow in the legs, reduce swelling, and prevent the development of complications such as skin changes and ulcers.
Compression therapy is commonly used with other management strategies for CVD, including exercise, the elevation of the legs, and medication to improve blood flow.
In this video, Dr. Shivaji Pole Endovascular specialist from MGM hospital, Mumbai, will explain Do all patients adhere to the recommended compression therapy for CVD?
Dr Shivaji Pole
Dr Shivaji Pole is MBBS, MD(Radiology) associated as an Endovascular specialist with MGM hospital, Maharashtra.