Understanding the profile of patients presenting with venous reflux and its management - Dr Vartika Gupta
Chronic venous insufficiency (CVI) is a form of venous disease that occurs when veins in legs are damaged. CVI causes blood to pool in leg veins, leading to high pressure in the veins. As a result, these veins can’t manage blood flow as well as they should, and it becomes harder for blood in legs to return to heart.
The choice of treatment will depend on the severity of the disease, the location of the affected veins, and other factors such as the patient's overall health and preferences. A healthcare provider or a vascular specialist can recommend the most appropriate treatment option for an individual with venous reflux.
In this video, Dr Vartika Gupta, MS General Surgery(pursuing), Mahatma Gandhi Medical College, Jaipur will explain about the profile of patients presenting with venous reflux and the various modalities opted for its management.
Dr Vartika Gupta
Dr Vartika Gupta MBBS, pursuing MS(Surgery) from Mahatma Gandhi Medical College and Hospital, Jaipur