Personalized approach to thrombophilia!
Thrombophilia is a tendency to form blood clots-thrombi, due to acquired or inherited causes or often their combination, which can lead to diseases such as venous thrombosis, pulmonary thromboembolism, heart attack and stroke, frequent miscarriages, unexplained thrombosis even in very young people. ...
For example immobility after surgery, cesarean section, childbirth, varicose veins, prolonged sitting, driving, dehydration, obesity, trauma, SARS / CoV2 virus infection, taking contraceptives, are some of the most common acquired causes of thrombophilia.
On the other hand, gene mutations of certain coagulation factors are congenital causes of thrombophilia, such as mutations in the prothrombin gene (G20210A), V-Leiden factor (G1691A), MTHFR 677 and 1298, PAI-1, SERPINC1 (antithrombin), depending on if it is a heterozygote (mutation of only one gene in a pair) or homozygote (mutation of both genes in a pair), or a combination of mutations of several genes can simultaneously increase the risk of thrombosis and over 100x compared to persons without such mutations. These mutations are detected by PCR testing (orders on tel. 067/13011, mail email@example.com).
Thrombophilia testing begins with a clinical assessment of thrombophilia, usually after the first onset of thrombosis, pulmonary embolism, frequent early miscarriages, before taking contraceptives, in family members with a history of thrombosis, in patients with varicose veins, ... Colour-Doppler, if necessary, CT and MRI to evaluate the existing condition of the organism and based on that a program of necessary laboratory and genetic testing is made, in order to provide risk assessment of recurrence, recommendation of therapy or prophylactic measures for the patient and / or offspring.
That is why we at PZU Dr.Al-Tawil have introduced a personalized approach to the problem of thrombophilia, with the principle of everything in one place and for each patient separately, with the aim of preventing the occurrence of thrombosis and their complications!
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