2022

  • Senior Home Care for CVI Patients

    Chronic venous insufficiency, also known as CVI, causes the blood to "pool" or collect in your leg veins, which is known as stasis. CVI often develops as a result of a condition called deep vein thrombosis, which is a blood clot in the legs. It can also be the result of tumors in the pelvic region and certain abnormalities of the vascular system. Symptoms of CVI may be mild, however, some people may experience extreme swelling in the lower extremities, severe leg pain, limited mobility, and varicose veins.
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